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COURSE CATALOG • SUMMER PROGRAMS 2012

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MARCH 26 | SEE PAGE 2 FOR MORE DETAILS


UNIVERSITY CALENDAR SUMMER REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 26, 8A.M. - 7P.M. Starting March 27, registration will continue during regular office hours and via the web on MyXU. The last date to register for any summer class is before the second class meeting. MAY 7 - MAY 18 INTERSESSION MAY 7 - JUNE 7 EDUCATION SESSION I MAY 14 - JUNE 21 SIX -WEEK SESSION I May 15 Tues Last day in Six-week session I to elect audit to credit Last day to withdraw from Intersession May 28 Mon Memorial Day - University closed May 29 Tues Last day to withdraw from Education session I June 1 Fri Make up day for M,W & M,W,R classes in Six-week session I Deadline to apply for August graduation JUNE 11 - JULY 5 JUNE 11 - JULY 12 June 11 Mon June 13 Wed June 14 Thurs June 28 Thurs June 29 Fri

EDUCATION SESSION II EDUCATION SESSION III Last day to withdraw from Six-week session I Last day in Education session II to elect audit to credit Last day in Education session III to elect audit to credit Last day to withdraw from Education session II Deadline to apply for MEd Comp Exam

JULY 2 - AUGUST 9 SIX -WEEK SESSION II July 3 Tues Last day to withdraw from Education session III July 4 Wed Independence Day - University closed July 5 Thurs Last day in Six-week session II to elect audit to credit July 6 Fri Make up day for M,W & M,W,R classes in Six-week session II July 7 Sat M.Ed. Comprehensive Exam 8:00am-Kelley Aud M.Ed. Comp-Spec Educ 9:00am-Elet Hall JULY 16 - AUG. 9 JULY 16 - AUG. 16 July 18 Wed July 30 Mon Aug 2 Thurs Aug 10 Fri

EDUCATION SESSION IV EDUCATION SESSION V Last day in Education session IV or V to elect audit to credit Last day to withdraw from Six-week session II or Midas courses Last day to withdraw from Education session IV or V August graduation date - No ceremony

KEY CONTACTS SUMMER SESSIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3601 Admission: Undergraduate/Degree Seeking 21 years and younger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3301 22 years and older. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3355 Weekend Degree Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3030 Non-degree.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3355 Admission: Graduate/Degree Seeking MBA Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3525 Psychology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-1053 Health Services Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3392 All Other Degree Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3360 Non-degree. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3360 All Card Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3374 Bookstore. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3311 Bursar’s Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3435 Campus Police (Emergency). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-1000 (Non-emergency) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-2000 Center for Adult & Part-Time Students (CAPS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3355 Consortium Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3941 Dining Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-4874 Education Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3521 Financial Aid Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3142 Graduate Services.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3360 Help Desk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-HELP (4357) Information Desk. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3201 Library. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3881 O’Connor Sports Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3208 Registrar’s Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3941 Residence Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 513 745-3203

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS ALL Card Center Musketeer Mezzanine @ Fenwick Place

Monday-Friday

8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Bookstore Monday & Tuesday Wednesday & Thursday Friday

1st Floor Gallagher Center 9:00am-6:00pm 9:00am-5:00pm 9:00am-4:00pm

*check store web site for Saturdays hours at www.xavier.bkstr.com

Extended Hours: May 7 & 8 May 14 & 15 June 11 & 12 June 11 & 17

8:00am-7:00pm 9:00am-6:30pm 9:00am-6:30pm 9:00am-6:30pm

Office of the Bursar Monday-Friday xubursar@xavier.edu

Musketeer Mezzanine @ Fenwick Place 8:30am-5:00pm

Center for Adult & Part-Time Students (CAPS) 102 Alter Hall Monday-Thursday 8:00am-6:30pm Friday 8:00am-4:00pm Saturday (thru 7/21) 8:00am-2:00pm xucaps@xavier.edu Financial Aid Monday-Friday xufinaid@xavier.edu

1st Floor Schott Hall 8:30am-5:00pm

Graduate Services 100 Hailstones Hall Monday-Thursday 8:30am-7:00pm Friday 8:30am-5:00pm xugrad@xavier.edu Office of Instructional Technology Services (ITS) Alter and HAI Labs ALT B-2, HAI 21 Monday-Thursday 8:00am-10:00pm Friday 8:00am-4:00pm Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm Sunday CLOSED Cohen Lab Cohen 108 Monday-Thursday 8:00am-8:00pm Friday 8:00am-2:00pm Saturday, Sunday CLOSED Elet Lab Elet 101 Monday-Thursday 8:00am-8:00pm Friday 9:00am-3:00pm Saturday, Sunday CLOSED Student Help Desk Alter B-1 Monday-Thursday 8:00am-10:00pm Friday 8:00am-4:00pm Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm Sunday CLOSED MBA Office 102 Smith Hall Monday-Thursday 8:30am-6:00pm Friday 8:30am-5:00pm xumba@xavier.edu McDonald Library* Monday-Thursday 8:00am-10:00pm Friday 8:00am-7:00pm Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm Sunday CLOSED

*Some exception due to holidays & class schedules, call x4811.

Office of the Registrar Musketeer Mezzanine @ Fenwick Place Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm xureg@xavier.edu Office of Residence Life Musketeer Mezzanine @ Fenwick Place Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm

* While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, Xavier University reserves the right to change, without notice, statements in the bulletin concerning rules, policies, fees, curricula, courses or other matters.


INSIDE COURSE OFFERINGS Accountancy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Biology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Business administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Business statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Chemistry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Childhood education & literacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Classics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Communication arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Criminal justice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Education leadership & HRD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 English/second language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Health services administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Human resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Information systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Management & entrepreneurship. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Mathematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Modern languages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Occupational therapy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Philosophy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Political science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Psychology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 School & community counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Secondary & special education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Social work. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sports studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Theology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 University studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 WORKSHOPS Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-30

APPLICATION FORM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 ALL CARD (Student ID card) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 CALENDAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover CONSORTIUM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 DINING SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 FINAL EXAM/GRADES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 FINANCIAL AID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 GENERAL CAMPUS INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 GRADUATE PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 GUEST/VISITING STUDENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover INSTRUCTIONAL TECH SERVICES (ITS) . . . . . . . . . . . 5 OFFICE HOURS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover PARKING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 PARKING PERMIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 REFUND SCHEDULE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 REGISTRATION FORM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 REGISTRATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 SPORTS CENTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 SUMMER SESSIONS INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 TUITION & FEES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 KEY FOR DAYS/TIMES M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday

F = Friday S = Saturday Su, U or L = Sunday

KEY FOR BUILDINGS ALB Albers Hall ALT Alter Hall ARM Armory CLC Conaton Learning . Commons COH Cohen Center EDC Edgecliff Hall ELT Elet Hall HAI Hailstones Hall

JOS Joseph Building LND Lindner Hall LOG Logan Hall ONL Online Course SMF Schmidt Fieldhouse SMH Smith Hall STT Schott Hall

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SUMMER SESSIONS INFORMATION APPLICATION PROCESS If you are currently attending Xavier or have attended in the last year, do not submit an application unless you want to change your status (i.e., undergraduate to graduate).

FOR MORE INFORMATION

To learn more about Summer Sessions at Xavier University, please contact:

ƒƒ If you are a non-degree graduate student who has previously attended Xavier UniverKrista Warner sity, but not within the last calendar year, you must complete a non-degree applicaCoordinator, Summer Sessions tion and submit it to graduate services prior to registration. But you do not have to pay the $35 application fee. Phone 513-745-3601 Fax 513-745-3055 ƒƒ If you are a degree-seeking graduate student who has previously attended Xavier E-mail XUSummer@xavier.edu University, but not within the last calendar year, you must complete a reactivation Web www.xavier.edu/summer form (with proper signatures and submit prior to registration), which is available from the Office of the Registrar’s website, Xavier.edu/registrar/forms. ƒƒ If you have never attended Xavier University and wish to take a course as a non-degree student, complete the application form on page 32. ƒƒ If you wish to be a degree-seeking student, you must be accepted for admission prior to registration.

TO OBTAIN AN APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION: ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

For undergraduates under the age of 22, call the Office of Admission at 513-745-3301. For undergraduates 22 years and older, call the Center for Adult and Part-time Students (CAPS) at 513 745-3355. For all graduate programs except MBA and MHSA, call the Office of Graduate Services at 513-745-3360. For the MBA program, call 513-745-3525 or visit www.xavier.edu/mba. For the Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA), call 513-745-3392.

FOR PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS, SEE PAGE 3 CHECKLIST Before mailing in or faxing your application materials, please make sure you have included all the necessary forms: …… Application (if required) …… Registration form …… Payment (if required. See page 3.) Mail or fax Registration materials: ƒƒ If you are a current CAPS student, mail your forms to: CAPS | Xavier University | 3800 Victory Parkway | Cincinnati, Ohio 45207-3120 or fax to: 513 745-3055 ƒƒ If you are a current Xavier student, graduate or undergraduate, mail your forms to: Office of the Registrar | Xavier University | 3800 Victory Parkway | Cincinnati, Ohio 45207; or fax to: 513 745-2969 ƒƒ If you are a guest or graduate release student, mail your forms to: CAPS | Xavier University | 3800 Victory Parkway | Cincinnati, Ohio 45207-3120 or fax to: 513-745-3055

FINANCIAL AID The following are the financial aid resources available to summer students: ƒƒ Pell Grant, Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG) for qualified Ohio students, and Stafford loans may be available to qualified summer students. Call the Office of Financial Aid at 513-745-3142. ƒƒ Summer Retention Grant: Contact the Office of Student Success and Retention at 513-745-3036. ƒƒ Adult and part-time degree-seeking students may apply for summer scholarships through the Center for Adult and Part-time Students (CAPS) office: Call 513-745-3355. ƒƒ Graduate study grants are available in some graduate programs. Contact the office of graduate services at 513 745-3360. MBA, MHSA and psychology students should contact these offices directly.

GUEST/VISITING STUDENTS A guest/visiting student is a student who is currently or will be attending another university and wishes to take classes at Xavier to transfer to his or her home institution. The following are steps for guest/visiting student: ƒƒ Submit an application online. Go to www.xavier.edu/summer and follow the procedures for visiting students Or complete the application on page 32 and submit with a registration form (page 31). ƒƒ Register for classes at Xavier either in person, by fax, e-mail or mail-in (see Registration section on page 3). ƒƒ Obtain permission from your home institution verifying that the credit will transfer before registering at Xavier. You must also fill out a Request for Transcript form and submit it along with the appropriate fee to the Office of the Registrar at the end of the session. The Office of the Registrar will forward an official copy of your transcripts to your home institution after your final grade has been posted. Call the transcript information line at 513-745-2007 for more details.

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PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

Go to http://myxu.xu.edu. Students must have obtained their All card (ID) to set up a MyXU account. Log-in with your user name and password. Click on the Student Services tab. Click on the “My Bursar Account” link under the My Academic Records channel. Choose a payment plan from options listed. Read the Terms and Conditions, then check the box to accept. Click submit. Pay online or send in your payment according to the following Payment Schedule provided below.

PAYMENT SCHEDULE REGISTRATION DATE PAYMENT DUE AT REGISTRATION March 26-May 20 25 percent of tuition Plus all fees  May 21-June 20 50 percent of tuition Plus all fees June 21-July 31 75 percent of tuition Plus all fees

DATES FOR BALANCE PAYMENTS 25 percent-June 20 25 percent-July 20 25 percent-August 20 25 percent-July 20 25 percent-August 20 25 percent-August 20

REGISTRATION Dates and Times: Web registration for graduate and undergraduate students is available at myxu.xu.edu, beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, March 26. In-person registration also begins Monday, March 26. Registration will continue during regular office hours starting March 27 (see inside front cover for summer office hours). Fax and mail-in registration processing begins on Monday, March 26, at 8:00 a.m. and is an option for all students. Faxes or U.S. mail received prior to 8:00 a.m. on March 26 will not be accepted.  See fax/mail-in instruction section under Application Process on page 2.

COURSE LOAD: ƒƒ Undergraduate students: Maximum of seven hours per session, not to exceed 14 hours for the entire summer. ƒƒ Graduate students: Maximum of seven hours per session, not to exceed 14 hours for the entire summer. ƒƒ Permission to exceed maximum course load limits, even if additional hours are to be taken for audit, must be obtained from the dean of the academic college in which the student is majoring.

REGISTRATION FORMS: ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

Registration forms are available to download at www.xavier.edu/registrar/forms. Complete the biographic information on registration form. Note: All undergraduate, non-degree seeking students are in the CAPS division. List course(s) with course reference number (CRN) for classes you wish to register for with alternates listed in case of closed courses. Sign the registration form.

Undergraduate In-Person Registration: Go to the Office of the Registrar, Musketeer Mezzanine. This applies to undergraduate students currently enrolled at Xavier who are not serviced by the Center for Adult and Part-time Students (CAPS). Center for Adult and Part-Time Students: Go to CAPS,102 Alter Hall. This applies to: ƒƒ Consortium students ƒƒ High school juniors ƒƒ Guest/visiting students

ƒƒ Non-credit undergraduate students ƒƒ Non-degree undergraduate students ƒƒ Undergraduates currently enrolled in CAPS

Graduate In-Person Registration: Go to the Office of the Registrar, Musketeer Mezzanine. This applies to all degree and non-degree seeking graduate students. Registration Rules and Special Conditions: Registration for summer session is final.  Students who register for courses and fail to appear, unless officially withdrawn in accordance with the catalog regulations regarding withdrawals, will receive a vanished failing (VF) grade for their courses and will be charged the regular summer session fees. Withdrawals must be made in writing and submitted to the office through which the registration was processed.  The last day to register for any class is before the second class meeting. Grades of “W” will be recorded for all classes dropped after the 100% refund date.

ONLINE COURSES This summer we have several online courses available. They are listed in the course directory with an S section as well as a location listed as ONL for online course. For the latest information, visit www.xavier.edu/summer 3


TUITION AND FEES Undergraduate: ƒƒ Tuition for on-campus workshop or class/per credit hour: $605 ƒƒ Tuition for on-campus business class/per credit hour: $635 ƒƒ WDP program per credit hour: $605 ƒƒ Tuition for off-campus workshop or class/per credit hour: $410 ƒƒ Senior citizen rate per credit hour (except NURS and OT): $60

Graduate: ƒƒ Application payable once by all students: $35 ƒƒ MBA on-campus workshop or class/per credit hour: $740 ƒƒ MA, MS, MHA on-campus workshop or class/per credit hour: $588 ƒƒ MEd/Non-degree Cert/MA counseling, per credit hour: $530 ƒƒ MEd Executive HRD per credit hour: $595 ƒƒ Occupational therapy per credit hour: $684 ƒƒ PsyD program per credit hour: $745 ƒƒ Tuition off-campus workshop or class/per credit hour: $410

Course Fees: Students in psychology and the sciences have the usual laboratory fees. Rates are listed with courses in the course offerings section of the bulletin. Tuition Payments and Plans: Students are encouraged to go to www.xavier.edu/bursar to learn more about their bursar account. Normally students will log into the MyXU Portal to view their bursar account balance, eBills, make online payments, and sign up for a Payment Plan each term. If you are a Summer only student, do not have an All Card, and do not plan to get one, you may call the Bursar’s Office and ask to be added to your account as an Authorized User so you can have direct access to your online account. Students may choose from the following payment options for their Summer tuition and fees: 1. Pay your balance in full upon registration. 2. Sign up online for the X-Flex Payment Plan which schedules payments to be made by the 20th of each month from May-August. 3. If working for an employer with an active tuition reimbursement plan for which you qualify, you may sign up for the Employer Reimbursement Payment Plan with tuition due no later than September 20, 2012. Note: A 1.0% interest charge is assessed on the last business day of each month on any outstanding balance regardless of the payment plan you select. Further details are provided in the Terms and Conditions which are provided online prior to agreeing to a specific payment plan.

TUITION REFUND SCHEDULE A refund of tuition may be claimed in the case of official withdrawal or dismissal. Refunds are authorized only if an official withdrawal form is submitted to the office through which the student registered. Lab and course fees are not refundable after classes begin. The following schedule applies to all colleges and schools of the University for Summer Sessions. Note: Attendance in class is not a factor in computing refunds. EVENING CLASSES: Before 2nd class meeting.......................................................... 100% refund Before 3rd class meeting............................................................. 80% refund Before 4th class meeting............................................................. 60% refund Before 5th class meeting............................................................. 40% refund Before 6th class meeting............................................................. 20% refund After 6th class meeting.................................................................. No refund DAY CLASSES: Before 2nd class meeting.......................................................... 100% refund Before 3rd class meeting............................................................. 80% refund Before 5th class meeting............................................................. 60% refund Before 7th class meeting............................................................. 40% refund Before 9th class meeting............................................................. 20% refund After 9th class meeting.................................................................. No refund

WORKSHOPS: One-Week Sessions Before workshop begins........................................................... 100% refund On first day of workshop............................................................. 50% refund After first day of workshop............................................................ No refund WEEKEND WORKSHOPS: Before workshop begins........................................................... 100% refund On first day of workshop............................................................. 50% refund After first day of workshop ........................................................... No refund SHORT-TERM CLASSES: Before 1st class meeting........................................................... 100% refund Before 2nd class meeting............................................................ 60% refund Before 3rd class meeting............................................................. 20% refund After 3rd class meeting.................................................................. No refund

GENERAL CAMPUS INFORMATION ACADEMIC AND FINANCIAL POLICIES Academic and general financial policies are explained and published in the University catalog and in the schedule of tuition and fees, produced by the Office of the Bursar. Go to www.xavier.edu/registrar/catalog.

ALL CARD (STUDENT ID) The student identification card, ALL Card, is required for all full-time and part-time students.  The card is the official University identification and must be in your possession while on campus.  Your ID provides access to the library and recreational sports center, login access to the MYXU Campus Portal system, and access to your residence hall or apartment if you live on campus.

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In addition to serving as your identification card for easy access to campus facilities and programs, the ALL Card’s X Cash program is used as a prepaid debit account to pay for on-campus services such as bookstore purchases, food services, copying and vending. The ALL Card technology even includes the student’s ability to integrate US Bank’s complete banking and Internet banking services with Xavier’s financial services program. For more information, call the All Card Center at 513-745-3374 or visit www.xavier.edu/allcard. The ALL Card can be obtained at the ALL Card Center, located in the Musketeer Mezzanine @ Fenwick Place.

CONSORTIUM OPPORTUNITIES Through the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities, any student registered at least half-time may register at other schools in the area for courses not available at Xavier, subject to the approval of their college dean. For schedules and details about cross-registration, check with the Office of the Registrar. There will be no cross-registration of non-Xavier students before April 23, 2012. Workshops are not eligible for cross-registration. Students admitted as a visiting student for the summer session will not be permitted to change status to consortium after they have registered. Consortium member institutions are: ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

The Art Academy of Cincinnati Chatfield College Cincinnati Bible College & Seminary Cincinnati State Technical & Community College ƒƒ College of Mount St. Joseph

ƒƒ Good Samaritan College of Nursing & Health Service ƒƒ Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion ƒƒ Northern Kentucky University ƒƒ Miami University ƒƒ Thomas More College

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The Athenaeum of Ohio Union Institute University of Cincinnati Wilmington College Xavier University

DINING SERVICE During the summer, Xavier’s main dining facility is the retail food court operation located in the Gallagher Student Center. This includes: Blue Gibbon, Coffee Emporium, Andy’s at Ryan’s Pub, Andy’s Mediterranean, and Subway. In addition, Currito Burrito is located in Fenwick Place. The James Hoff Dining Commons, also located in Fenwick Place, is used primarily for conference groups and summer camps. However, anyone may purchase the cafeteria-style meals on a pay-as-you-go basis when this facility is in operation. Food prices are designed for a student’s budget. For more information about dining service or hours of operation, call 513-745-4874 or visit www.xavier.edu/dining.

FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE Final exams will be taken during the last scheduled class meeting.

GRADES Grades are available via the web through the MyXU campus portal. Grades can also be printed in the Center for Adult and Part-time Students (CAPS) or the Office of the Registrar.  Grades will be available one week after the end of each session and will be updated daily. Questions regarding grades should be directed to the Office of the Registrar.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS Xavier offers graduate degrees in the following areas: ƒƒ Business administration  ƒƒ Human Resource Development ƒƒ Community counseling ƒƒ Nursing

ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

Criminal justice Occupational therapy Education Psychology

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English School counseling Health services administration Theology

Students must be admitted to the University before registering for graduate courses. Prospective students should contact the Office of Graduate Admission of their area of interest for specific admission requirements: business-MBA office: 513-745-3525; health services administration-MHSA office: 513‑745-3392; psychology office: 513-745-1053; all other programs-graduate services: 513-745-3360. The non-degree category applies to students who already hold a bachelor’s degree and who wish to begin graduate study before being admitted into a degree program, as well as those who wish to take classes for initial teacher certification, certificate renewal, enrichment or personal interest. The procedure for application to non-degree status requires the completion of the application on page 32 and payment of the current application fee. Please note that graduate-level business, psychology, human resource development and health services administration courses are not open to nondegree students. Only students admitted into the respective graduate programs may register for these classes.

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (ITS) The Office of Instructional Technology Services (ITS) supports Xavier’s teaching and learning activities by facilitating the integration of innovative learning technologies into Xavier’s learning environments. In collaboration with Xavier’s administrative offices and academic departments, ITS offers strategic direction and leadership to help faculty integrate new and traditional information tools into academic programs and courses. The primary objective is to create student-centered learning opportunities that engage the students as active participants in the learning process. Technology resources and services provided by ITS include distributed classroom support, open labs and interactive classrooms, instructional design and courseware development, technology integration assistance, the development of online and distance-learning environments, customized training resources for faculty and tutorial assistance for students. ITS is located in the basement of Alter Hall. For more information, visit www.xavier.edu/its.

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XAVIER SUMMER 2012 PARKING PERMIT DIRECTIONS: Place this pass on the passenger side of the dashboard of your car in plain view. Parking is free in the summer. In order to park in the Xavier student lots, you must have either a regular Xavier student permit for 2011-2012 on your windshield OR this completed form on your dashboard. Cars parked in the student lots without a permit or this form will be ticketed. This permit is valid in the following locations. ONLY: C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5 lots in Cohen Center, Elet, Smith and South Campus lots.

NAME____________________________________________________________________________________ DATES OF ATTENDANCE

from____________________________ to_________________________________

Please check in the office where you registered: c Office of the Registrar c Center for Adult and Part-Time Students [CAPS]

LIBRARY SERVICES The University library provides facilities, resources and services to support the teaching and learning mission of Xavier University. Located on the academic mall, the library contains reference, audiovisual, music, browsing, microform and special collections, as well as periodicals, archives and the Lodge curriculum resource center. In addition to the various collections, this facility provides study, lounge, conference and instruction space, and houses photocopy and multimedia equipment and computer workstations. For current members of the Xavier community, the library provides on-site and off-campus access to XPLORE, the library’s online catalog, more than 250 research databases, more than 25,000 electronic journals and access to the World Wide Web. The library’s resources and services are further enhanced by participation in three consortia: the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU), the Greater Cincinnati Library Consortium (GCLC) and the Ohio Library Information Network (OhioLINK). For more information, visit www.xavier.edu/library.

PARKING Parking is free during the summer. In order to park in the Xavier student lots, you must have either a valid Xavier student permit for the 2011-2012 year OR a completed summer parking permit on your dashboard. The permit is available above or in the Summer Sessions office, Office of the Registrar or at the Campus Police Office in Flynn Hall, 1648 Herald Avenue. Students may park in the following lots designated for students: C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5 lots in Cohen Center, North, Elet, Smith Hall and South Campus lots. Tickets will be issued for cars parked in student lots without a valid permit. NOTE: the Smith Hall lot opens to students at 5:00pm Monday-Friday.

SCHEDULE CHANGES Courses listed are the best estimate of the semester offerings. The University reserves the right to change these courses as deemed necessary. For the most up-to-date offerings, visit www.xu.edu/registrar/summer.html.

SPORTS CENTER The O’Connor Sports Center is open throughout the summer. Facility hours are Monday-Thursday 5:45a.m.-8:00p.m.; Friday, 5:45a.m.-7:00p.m.; Saturday, 10:00a.m.-7:00p.m. and closed on Sunday. For those students who are enrolled full-time for summer session, no fee is required; however, students must present their ALL Card to enter. Students enrolled part-time for summer also enrolled for the fall need to purchase a summer membership at the cost of $50. The regular summer membership rate is $100. To apply for membership, stop by the sports center or call 513-745-3208 for more information. Water/land aerobic passes can also be purchased for a minimal fee. Visit www.xavier.edu/recsports/fitness for more information. Recreational sports also run summer softball, basketball and sand volleyball leagues for faculty, staff, alumni and the community. For more information, call 513-745-2856.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Xavier offers baccalaureate degrees in more than 85 majors and associate degrees in more than 10 concentrations. Students must first be admitted to the University before they can register for undergraduate courses. Two categories of undergraduate student admission are recognized: degree-seeking and non-degree students. Prospective degree-seeking students who are younger than 22 years of age should consult the Office of Admission at 513-745-3301 for specific admission requirements. Prospective degree-seeking students who are 22 years and older should consult the Center for Adult and Part-time Students (CAPS) at 513-745-3355 for specific admission requirements. The procedure for application to non-degree status requires the completion of the application on page 32. All non-degree undergraduate students need to apply through the CAPS office.

WORKSHOP INFORMATION Registrations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Only two semester hours of credit may be obtained in a one-week workshop. Credit hours may be increased with the approval of workshop director and by doing additional work. No more than six semester hours of workshops may be applied toward a graduate degree program. One credit hour workshops are graded on a Pass/Fail basis only. Students have the option of requesting a letter grade for a two credit hour workshop with the approval of the workshop director. Three credit hour workshops are graded using letter grades.

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ACCOUNTANCY May 7 – May 18 53561

ACCT 200-10

INTRODUCTORY FINANCIAL ACCT

MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm

RANDOLPH

3 SMH 346

TR

6:00pm-9:15pm

RYACK

2 SMH 347

SURDICK

3 SMH 347

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT TBA TBA *NOTE: BLAW 300-1S } Is being offered as an online class. FINANCIAL REPORTING & ANALYSIS TR 6:00pm-9:15pm

TRACEY

3 ONL

WEICKGENANNT

3 SMH 346

FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCIAL ACCT FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGERIAL ACCT

May 8 – May 31 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53570

ACCT 500-91

FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCIAL ACCT

May 8 – June 14 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53563

ACCT 300-41

INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCT I

TR

2:00pm-5:15pm

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53640 BLAW 300-1S 53573 ACCT 600-91

June 4 – June 28 53569 53572

ACCT 500-82 ACCT 501-92

MW TR

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

RYACK MASTILAK

2 SMH 347 2 SMH 347

INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCT II

TR

2:00pm-5:15pm

ALLEN

3 SMH 347

FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGERIAL ACCT

MW

6:00pm-9:15pm

MASTILAK

2 SMH 347

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

STAFF STAFF

3 SMH 346 2 SMH 251

June 26 – August 2 53564

ACCT 301-44

July 2 – July 26 53571

ACCT 501-84

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53562 53574

ACCT 200-84 ACCT 601-84

INTRODUCTORY FINANCIAL ACCT STRAT MEASURE, EVAL & CONTROL

MW MW

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Other students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53154 ACCT 201-19 INTRODUCTORY MANAGERIAL ACCT I S 8:30am-12:00am MERKEL 3 SMH347 53531 BLAW 300-29 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT S 12:45pm-4:15pm SKOOG 3 SMH 347

BIOLOGY May 7 – June 14 *All labs have $90 fee unless otherwise noted. 53025 BIOL 106-41 53026 BIOL 127-A1 53017 BIOL 140-11 53018 BIOL 141-A1 53019 BIOL 141-B1 53027 BIOL 200-41 53028 BIOL 201-A1

LIFE: BIOLOGY OF AGING LIFE LAB: INVESTIGATION II *NOTE: BIOL 127-A1 } Lab fee $70. HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I HUM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB HUM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB MICROBIOLOGY MICROBIOLOGY LAB

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53020 53021

BIOL 120-91 BIOL 125-91

LIFE: ECOLOGY & PEOPLE LIFE LAB: INVESTIGATION I

TR TR

1:15pm-2:50pm 9:45am-12:15pm

GEHNER NOURIAN

2 ALB 107 1 ALB 307

MTWR MW TR MTWR MW

8:00am-9:35am 9:45am-12:15pm 9:45am-12:15pm 1:15pm-2:50pm 3:15pm-5:45pm

GROSSMAN GEHNER GEHNER NOURIAN ROY

3 1 1 3 1

TR TR

6:15pm-8:00pm 8:10pm-10:00pm

July 2 – August 9 *All labs have $90 fee unless otherwise noted. 53022 53023 53024

BIOL 142-14 BIOL 143-A4 BIOL 143-B4

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II HUM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB HUM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB

ALB 103 ALB 302 ALB 302 ALB 103 ALB 207

NEATROUR NEATROUR

2 ALB 107 1 ALB 001

MTWR MW TR

8:00am-9:35am 9:45am-12:15pm 9:45am-12:15pm

GROSSMAN GEHNER GEHNER

3 ALB 103 1 ALB 302 1 ALB 302

FL

5:30pm-9:00pm

BERTAUX

3 SMH 250

53632 BUAD 600-1S BUSINESS LAW & ETHICS S 8:00am-4:00pm *NOTE: BUAD 600-1S } Class will not meet May 12 or May 26.

FIORELLI

3 SMH 346

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION May 4, 11, 13, 18 & 20 53537

BUAD 611-1S WORFORCE DIVERSITY ISSUES

May 5 – June 16

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May 7 – June 18 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53634

BUAD 609-81 BUSINESS ETHICS THROUGH FILM

May 14 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53527

BUAD 500-91 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53633 53032 53033

BUAD 600-91 BUSINESS LAW & ETHICS BUAD 691-1S GLOBAL STRATEGIC THINKING BUAD 691-2S GLOBAL STRATEGIC THINKING

May 18–May 20 & May 25–May 26

53035 BUAD 691-3S GLOBAL STRATEGIC THINKING

June 29–July 1 & July 6–July 8

53575 BUAD 690-2S CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53635 53034

BUAD 600-84 BUAD 691-84

BUSINESS LAW & ETHICS GLOBAL STRATEGIC THINKING

MW

6:00pm-9:15pm

FIORELLI

TR

6:00pm-9:15pm

TR TBA TBA

6:00pm-9:15pm TBA TBA

KELLY PARK PARK

3 LOG 100 3 ONL 3 ONL

F 6:00pm-9:30pm SL 8:00am-5:00pm

STAFF

3 SMH 251

F 6:00pm-9:00pm SL 9:00am-5:30pm

RICHTERMEYER

2 SMH 250

MW MW

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

WRIGHT STAFF

3 SMH G27 3 SMH 348

MTWRF

1:00pm-4:45pm

TESCH

3 HAI 15

MW TR

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

STAFF SMITH

3 HAI 4 3 HAI 15

TR TR

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

STAFF STAFF

3 HAI 4 3 HAI 15

FARUQ

3 SMH 251 2 SMH G23

BUSINESS STATISTICS May 7 – May 18 53176

STAT 211-20

STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS II

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53177 53179

STAT 211-81 STAT 500-91

STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS II BUSINESS STATISTICS

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53487 53178

STAT 210-94 STAT 500-94

STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS I BUSINESS STATISTICS

CHEMISTRY May 14 – June 22 *All labs have a $100 fee unless otherwise noted. 53181 CHEM 160-11 53182 CHEM 161-A1 53246 CHEM 240-11 53247 CHEM 241-A1 53250 CHEM 495-01

GENERAL CHEMISTRY I GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LAB *NOTE: CHEM 161-A1 } Lab fee $70. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I LAB DIRECTED STUDY

July 2 – August 9 *All labs have a $100 fee. 53183 53184 53248 53249 53251

CHEM 162-24 CHEM 163-A4 CHEM 242-14 CHEM 243-A4 CHEM 495-04

GENERAL CHEMISTRY II GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LAB ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LAB DIRECTED STUDY

MTWRF TWR

8:00am-9:20am 9:30am-12:20pm

BANGE STROUD

3 LOG 100 1 LOG 206

MTWRF TWR TBA

7:30am-8:50am 9:00am-12:20pm TBA-

MCLOUGHLIN BOM MCLOUGHLIN

3 LOG 101 1 LOG 305 1 LOG 103

MTWRF TWR MTWRF TWR TBA

8:00am-9:20am 9:30am-12:20pm 7:30am-8:50am 9:00am-12:20pm TBA-

COHEN COHEN MULLINS PARKER MCLOUGHLIN

3 1 3 1 1

LOG 100 LOG 206 LOG 101 LOG 305 LOG 103

May & June 2 – July 21

*ONLINE CLASS. Orientation meeting to be held in May, date TBA. Students unable to attend can access information via Blackboard. Lecture & lab must be taken concurrently. 53642 CHEM 104-1S CHEMISTRY: LIFE AND HEALTH TBA TBA COHEN 2 ONL 53643 CHEM 105-1S CHEMISTRY: LIFE AND HEALTH LAB TBA TBA COHEN 1 ONL

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Other students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. Lab fee of $70. Lecture & lab must be taken concurrently. 53526 CHEM 104-19 CHEMISTRY: LIFE AND HEALTH S 8:00am-10:00am COHEN 2 LOG 101 53180 CHEM 105-19 CHEMISTRY: LIFE AND HEALTH LAB S 10:00am-12:00pm COHEN 1 LOG 101

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CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & LITERACY May 7 – May 18 53297 53647 53648

EDEL 251-10 EDCH 324-20 EDCH 524-20

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY CHILDREN’S LIT FOR EARLY CHILD CHILDREN’S LIT FOR EARLY CHILD

May 7 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53242 EDCH 324-91 53244 EDCH 501-81 53292 EDCH 524-91 53298 EDEL 251-61 53322 EDEL 600-51 53338 EDMC 325-61 53346 EDME 354-51 53398 EDME 354-61 53349 EDME 359-71 53355 EDME 554-51 53356 EDME 554-61 53357 EDME 559-71 53649 EDRE 269-91 53383 EDRE 314-81 53386 EDRE 471-91 53387 EDRE 471-91A 53390 EDRE 478-81 53394 EDRE 514-81 53650 EDRE 569-91 53399 EDRE 671-91 53400 EDRE 671-91A 53404 EDRE 678-81

June 11 – June 22 53341 53353

EDME 351-42 EDME 551-42

CHILDREN’S LIT FOR EARLY CHILD ADVANCED CHILDREN’S LITERATURE CHILDREN’S LIT FOR EARLY CHILD INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY DIFFERENTIATED MATH STRATEGIES ARTS IN EDUCATION: MIDDLE CHILD MONT LANGUAGE ARTS & READ METH MONT LANGUAGE ARTS & READ METH FULL DAY CHILD CARE *NOTE: EDME 359-71 } Course fee $15. MONT LANGUAGE ARTS & READ METH MONT LANGUAGE ARTS & READ METH FULL DAY CHILD CARE METHODS *NOTE: EDME 559-71 } Course fee $15. PHONICS & FOUNDATION OF LITERACY READING METHODS FOR MIDDLE CHILD CONTENT AREA LITERACY CONTENT AREA LITERACY DIAGNOSIS/CORRECT OF READ DISAB READING METHODS FOR MIDDLE CHILD PHONICS & FOUNDATION OF LITERACY CONTENT AREA LITERACY CONTENT AREA LITERACY DIAGNOSIS/CORRECT OF READ DISAB MONTESSORI ED: PHIL APPROACH MONTESSORI ED: PHIL APPROACH

MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm 1:00pm-4:45pm

GEER YOUNG YOUNG

3 COH 190 3 HAI 3 3 HAI 3

TR MW TR MW MW TR MTR MTR TR

6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 4:30pm-8:15pm 4:30pm-8:15pm 4:00pm-7:45pm 5:00pm-8:30pm 5:00pm-8:30pm 5:00pm-8:45pm

BITZER PROSAK-BERES BITZER GEER KUCHEY SPRINGFIELD STAFF STAFF STAFF

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

MTR MTR TR

5:00pm-8:30pm 5:00pm-8:30pm 5:00pm-8:45pm

STAFF STAFF STAFF

3 JOS 3 JOS 1 3

TR MW TR TR MW MW TR TR TR MW

6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

SCHLUETER DOUGLAS DUNLAP BARNHART PROSAK-BERES DOUGLAS SCHLUETER DUNLAP BARNHART PROSAK-BERES

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

STAFF STAFF

3 JOS 113 3 JOS 113

MTWRF MTWRF

June 11 – July 6 *Reading and MEd/Reading Endorsement Courses. 53243 EDCH 326-32 53293 EDCH 526-32 53380 EDRE 269-22 53381 EDRE 312-32 53382 EDRE 314-32 53384 EDRE 471-32 53385 EDRE 471-22 53388 EDRE 478-32 53389 EDRE 478-12 53391 EDRE 512-32 53393 EDRE 514-32 53395 EDRE 569-22 53397 EDRE 671-32 53398 EDRE 671-22 53401 EDRE 672-22 53402 EDRE 678-32 53403 EDRE 678-12 53407 EDRE 684-32 53408 EDRE 685-22

CHILDREN’S LIT FOR MIDDLE CHILD MTWRF CHILDREN’S LIT FOR MIDDLE CHILD MTWRF PHONICS & FOUNDATION OF LITERACY MTWRF READING METHODS FOR EARLY CHILD MTWRF READING METHODS FOR MIDDLE CHILD MTWRF CONTENT AREA LITERACY MTWRF *NOTE: EDRE 471-32 } Early/Middle Childhood focus. CONTENT AREA LITERACY MTWRF *NOTE: EDRE 471-22 } JR/SR high focus. DIAGNOSIS/CORRECT OF READ DISAB MTWRF DIAGNOSIS/CORRECT OF READ DISAB MTWRF READING METHODS FOR EARLY CHILD MTWRF READING METHODS FOR MIDDLE CHILD MTWRF PHONICS & FOUNDATION OF LITERACY MTWRF CONTENT AREA LITERACY MTWRF *NOTE: EDRE 671-32 } Early/Middle Childhood focus. CONTENT AREA LITERACY MTWRF *NOTE: EDRE 671-22 } JR/SR high focus. THEORIES OF READING MTWRF DIAGNOSIS/CORRECT OF READ DISAB MTWRF DIAGNOSIS/CORRECT OF READ DISAB MTWRF INTEGRATED LANGUAGE ARTS MTWRF TEACHING READ FOR SPECIAL NEEDS MTWRF

June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53204 53241 53245 53290

EDCH 305-53 EDCH 315-53 EDCH 505-53 EDCH 515-53

STORYTELLING AS A CULTURAL CRAFT ADOLESCENT LITERATURE STORYTELLING AS A CULTURAL CRAFT ADOLESCENT LITERATURE

TR TR TR TR

12:30pm-4:40pm 12:30pm-4:40pm

HAI 5 HAI 9 HAI 5 COH 190 COH 192 ALT 318 JOS JOS

COH 193 HAI 3 HAI 3 HAI 9 HAI 2 HAI 3 COH 193 HAI 3 HAI 9 HAI 2

11:40am-1:35pm 11:40am-1:35pm 9:35am-11:30am 11:40am-1:35pm 11:40am-1:35pm 11:40am-1:35pm

DOUGLAS DOUGLAS SCHLUETER NAIM BAUGH FREIMUTH

3 3 3 3 3 3

HAI 19 HAI 19 HAI 5 ALT 201 HAI 2 COH 193

9:35am-11:30am

YATER

3 HAI 19

11:40am-1:35pm 7:30am-9:25am 11:40am-1:35pm 11:40am-1:35pm 9:35am-11:30am 11:40am-1:35pm

PROSAK-BERES YATER NAIM BAUGH SCHLUETER FREIMUTH

3 3 3 3 3 3

9:35am-11:30am

YATER

3 HAI 19

9:35am-11:30am 11:40am-1:35pm 7:30am-9:25am 11:40am-1:35pm 9:35am-11:30am

BAUGH PROSAK-BERES YATER FREIMUTH OWENS

2 3 3 3 3

HAI 2 HAI 100X HAI 19 HAI 17 ALT 201

4:15pm-8:00pm 4:15pm-8:00pm 4:15pm-8:00pm 4:15pm-8:00pm

PROSAK-BERES BENDER-SLACKER PROSAK-BERES BENDER-SLACKER

3 3 3 3

HAI 1 HAI 17 HAI 1 HAI 17

HAI 100X HAI 19 ALT 201 HAI 2 HAI 5 COH 193

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53299 EDEL 260-33 CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION MTWR 11:40am-1:35pm 53334 EDEL 560-33 CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION MTWR 11:40am-1:35pm 53345 EDME 353-73 MONT MATH & GEOMETRY METHODS MTR 5:00pm-8:30pm 53351 EDME 363-73 EARLY COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT TR 5:00pm-8:45pm *NOTE: EDME 363-73 } Course fee $12. 53352 EDME 376-73 PHONICS SKILLS FOR EARLY CHILD MTR 5:00pm-8:30pm 53354 EDME 553-73 MONT MATH & GEOMETRY METHODS MTR 5:00pm-8:30pm 53358 EDME 563-73 EARLY COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT TR 5:00pm-8:45pm *NOTE: EDME 563-73 } Course fee $12. 53360 EDME 576-63 PHONICS SKILLS FOR EARLY CHILD MTR 5:00pm-8:15pm 53459 EDME 576-73 PHONICS SKILLS FOR EARLY CHILD MTR 5:00pm-8:30pm

July 9 – July 20 *Reading Endorsement Courses. 53405 53406

EDRE 679-0A EDRE 679-0B

PRACTICUM IN READING PRACTICUM IN READING

VAUGHAN VAUGHAN STAFF STAFF

3 3 3 3

STAFF STAFF WOEBER

3 JOS 3 JOS 3 ELT

KERN HAWKINS STAFF

3

Mandatory meeting 9:00am-12:00pm, Saturday, 6/23 MTWRF 8:00am-3:00pm BARNHART MTWRF 8:00am-3:00pm BITZER

ALT 213 ALT 213 JOS ELT

3 JOS 3 HAI 17 3 HAI 17

CLASSICS May 7 – May 18 53116

CLAS 205-10

CLASSICAL LIT & MORAL IMAGIN

MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm

BYRNE-CUEVA

3 ALT 313

MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm

WAGNER DE SILVA

3 CLC 405 3 HAI 9

MTWRF

9:00am-5:00pm

DeVAULT

3 ALT 222

MEAGHER PATNODE DeVAULT

3 ALT 222 3 CLC 405 3 ONL

JONES STRAUSS

3 ALT 222 3 ONL

COMMUNICATION ARTS May 7 – May 18 53075 53080

COMM 207-10 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION COMM 214-20 FILM CRITICISM

May 14 – June 1 53584

COMM 455-1S SPECIAL PROJ IN ELECTRONIC MED

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53524 COMM 104-91 53078 COMM 211-91 53585 COMM 251-1S 53081 COMM 340-81 53534 COMM 371-1S

VIDEO PRODUCT FOR NON-EM MAJOR TR 6:15pm-9:30pm MEDIA LITERACY TR 6:15pm-9:30pm ADVANCED SCRIPTWRITING TBA TBA *NOTE: COMM 251-1S } Is being offered as an online class. AUDIO PRODUCTION & TECHNOLOGY MW 6:15pm-9:30pm PUBLIC RELATIONS WRITING TBA TBA *NOTE: COMM 371-1S } Is being offered as an online class.

June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53586

COMM 335-43 INTERACTIVE WEB DEVELOPMENT

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53074 53077

COMM 101-84 ORAL COMMUNICATION COMM 210-94 ART OF THE FILM

July 16 – July 27 53076

COMM 209-15 GROUP DYNAMICS

MTWR

1:45pm-3:40pm

GEVORGYAN

3 ALT 222

MW TR

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm

HAGERTY HAGERTY

3 COH 143 3 COH 143

MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm

TIGHE

3 CLC 405

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Others students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53079 COMM 214-19 FILM CRITICISM S 8:30am-12:00pm DE SILVA 3 HAI 9

COMPUTER SCIENCE May 14 – June 21 53533 CSCI 180-1S

COMPUTER SCIENCE II TBA TBA *NOTE: CSCI 180-1S } Is being offered as an online class.

LEWANDOWSKI

3 ONL

HURST HURST

3 COH 35 3 COH 35

CRIMINAL JUSTICE May 7 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53330 53332

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CJUS 381-81 CJUS 620-91

METHODS OF RESEARCH IN CJ SOCIOLOGY OF CRIME & DELIQUENCY

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MW TR

6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm


June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53629 53335

CJUS 270-83 CJUS 621-93

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION JUVENILE JUSTICE

6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

WONG WONG

TR TR

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm

KAPP KAPP

BASIC CONST LAW & AMER JUSTICE I BASIC CONST LAW & AMER JUSTICE I

MW MW

6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

SPRINGMAN SPRINGMAN

3 COH 35 3 COH 35

MICROECONOMIC PRINCIPLES MACROECONOMIC PRINCIPLES

MTWRF MTWRF

1:00pm-4:45pm 8:30am-12:15pm

COBB FARUQ

3 SMH 249 3 SMH 249

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53588 53589

CJUS 266-94 CJUS 566-94

CRIME & PERSONALITY CRIME & PERSONALITY

July 16 – August 9 53336 53337

CJUS 210-85 CJUS 610-85

MW TR

3 COH 193 3 COH 35

3 ELT 217 3 ELT 217

ECONOMICS May 7 – May 18 53414 53415

ECON 200-20 ECON 201-10

May 7 – May 27

53417 ECON 500-1S MICROECONOMICS TBA TBA BERTAUX 2 ONL *NOTE: ECON 500-1S } This course will be offered in a blended format with classes online & on campus. Campus dates to be determined.

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53639 ECON 201-1S

MACROECONOMIC PRINCIPLES TBA TBA *NOTE: ECON 201-1S } Is being offered as an online class.

BERTAUX

3 ONL

May 28 – June 18

53418 ECON 501-2S MACROECONOMICS TBA TBA BERTAUX 2 ONL *NOTE: ECON 500-1S } This course will be offered in a blended format with classes online & on campus. Campus dates to be determined.

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53419

ECON 600-84

MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

MW

6:00pm-9:15pm

YI

3 SMH 249

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Others students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53638 ECON 200-19 MICROECONOMIC PRINCIPLES S 8:30am-12:00pm D’ANGELO 3 SMH 249

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP & HRD May 7 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53187 53190 53193 53195 53198 53202 53220 53222 53224 53226 53230 53235 53627

EDAD 543-51 EDAD 548-51 EDAD 563-81 EDAD 564-41 EDAD 570-41 EDAD 660-81 EDFD 502-91 EDFD 503-41 EDFD 503-51 EDFD 505-91 EDFD 507-91 EDFD 508-91 EDFD 510-41

SUPERVISION OF INSTRUCTION PRINCIPALSHIP SCHOOL BUSINESS AFF & PHYS FAC ADMIN OF STAFF PERSONNEL POLICY PLANNING & EVALUATION CURR DESIGN & TEACH STRATEGIES HISTORY OF AMERICAN EDUCATION ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCH ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCH EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH PAPER ADV HUMAN DEVELOP & LEARNING

TR TR MW MW MW MW TR MW TR TR TR TBA MW

4:30pm-8:15pm 4:00pm-7:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 4:00pm-7:45pm 4:00pm-7:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 5:00pm-8:45pm 5:00pm-8:45pm 6:30pm-10:15pm 6:00pm-9:25pm TBA- 4:30pm-8:15pm

CURTIS BRANDT DIRR CONCANNON TOBERGTE FORSTHOEFEL MENIFEE STARK STARK BRANDT LINK LINK ZASCAVAGE

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 3

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH PAPER

MW TBA

6:15pm-9:00pm TBA-

FLICK FLICK

2 1 TBA

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH PAPER EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH PAPER

MTWR MTWR TBA TBA

7:30am-9:05am 9:35am-11:10am TBA- TBA-

TOWNSEND TOWNSEND TOWNSEND TOWNSEND

2 2 1 1

June 4 – June 27 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53232 53237

EDFD 507-82 EDFD 508-82

June 11 – July 5 53228 53229 53233 53234

EDFD 507-12 EDFD 507-22 EDFD 508-12 EDFD 508-22

HAI 1 HAI 2 HAI 1 HAI 17 HAI 19 ALT 216 HAI 17 ALT 217 HAI 19 ALT 216 ALT 223 TBA ALT 221

HAI 4 HAI 4 TBA TBA

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June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53186 53188 53189 53192 53194 53196 53197 53199 53201 53218 53219 53221 53225 53227

EDAD 543-23 EDAD 543-STC EDAD 548-33 EDAD 562-23 EDAD 564-83 EDAD 565-SMF EDAD 566-33 EDAD 570-STC EDAD 660-33 EDFD 501-33 EDFD 502-23 EDFD 503-33 EDFD 505-23 EDFD 505-93

SUPERVISION OF INSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF INSTRUCTION PRINCIPALSHIP POLITICAL STRUCT & PUBLIC RELAT ADMIN OF STAFF PERSONNEL SCHOOL LAW I SCHOOL FINANCE & ECONOMICS POLICY PLANNING & EVALUATION CURR DESIGN & TEACH STRATEGIES PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION HISTORY OF AMERICAN EDUCATION ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCH EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION

July 16 – August 9 53231 53236

EDFD 507-95 EDFD 508-95

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH PAPER

July 16 – August 16 53191 53200 53223 53238

EDAD 548-56 EDAD 570-56 EDFD 503-86 EDFD 510-56

PRINCIPALSHIP POLICY PLANNING & EVALUATION ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL PSYCH ADV HUMAN DEVELOP & LEARNING

MTWR MW MTWR MTWR MW TR MTWR MW MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR MTWR TR

9:35am-11:30am 4:00pm-6:55pm 11:40am-1:35pm 9:35am-11:30am 6:00pm-9:45pm 4:00pm-6:55pm 11:40am-1:35pm 7:00pm-10:00pm 11:40am-1:35pm 11:40am-1:35pm 9:35am-11:30am 11:40am-1:35pm 9:35am-11:30am 6:00pm-9:45pm

STABILE OLSON BRANDT GALVIN CONCANNON CONCANNON ROSS BILL STABILE BILL KESSINGER CROSKEY BOOTHE MENIFEE

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

HAI 1 WILMIN HAI 5 HAI 3 HAI 3 MIDDLE HAI 3 WILMIN HAI 1 HAI 7 HAI 7 HAI 9 HAI 9 HAI 3

TR TBA

6:00pm-9:45pm TBA-

LINK LINK

2 ALT 223 1 TBA

TR TR MW TR

4:15pm-8:00pm 4:15pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 4:45pm-8:30pm

BRANDT BULLOCK FISHER ZASCAVAGE

3 3 3 3

RUSSELL

3 ALT 214

WILLIAMS WILLIAMS

3 ALT 213 3 ALT 213

HAI 1 HAI 3 HAI 3 HAI 5

ENGLISH May 7 – May 18

53256 ENGL 205-20 53254 ENGL 331-20 53255 ENGL 531-20

LITERATURE & MORAL IMAGINATION MTWRF 1:00pm-4:45pm *NOTE: ENGL 205-20 } Focus on literature of the American West. WORLD LITERATURE MTWRF 1:00pm-4:45pm WORLD LITERATURE MTWRF 1:00pm-4:45pm

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53257 53258 53260 53259 53261

ENGL 124-81 ENGL 352-81 ENGL 483-91 ENGL 552-81 ENGL 683-91

STUDIES IN FICTION AFRICAN LITERATURE MODERN AMERICAN POETRY AFRICAN LITERATURE MODERN AMERICAN POETRY

June 25 – August 16 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53262

ENGL 101-84

ENGLISH COMPOSITION

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53263 ENGL 205-4S

MW MW TR MW TR

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm

GETZ CLINE-BAILEY FINKELSTEIN CLINE-BAILEY FINKELSTEIN

3 3 3 3 3

MW

6:15pm-8:45pm

TODD

3 ALT 214

LITERATURE & MORAL IMAGINATION MW 6:15pm-9:30pm WINKELMANN *NOTE: ENGL 205-4S } Focus on Gender & Violence. This class is being offered in a blended format.

ALT 213 ALT 214 ALT 213 ALT 214 ALT 213

3 ONL

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Others students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53264 ENGL 124-19 STUDIES IN FICTION S 8:30am-12:00pm MARTIN 3 ALT 213 53265 ENGL 205-29 LITERATURE & MORAL IMAGINATION S 12:45pm-4:15pm AUSTIN 3 ALT 213 *NOTE: ENGL 205-29 } Focus on Literature of War.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE May 14 – August 5

*Students must register through the Center for English as a Second Language. A Placement Test will be given on May 14th. 53539 ESLG 100-1N PRONUNCIATION MW 1:30pm-2:45pm STAFF 53540 ESLG 110-01 BEGINNING READING/WRITING MWF 9:30am-11:20am STAFF TR 10:00am-11:15am STAFF 53541 ESLG 111-01 BEGINNING GRAMMAR MW 8:30am-9:20am STAFF TR 8:30am-9:45am STAFF 53542 ESLG 112-01 EDITING WORKSHOP F 8:30am-9:20am STAFF

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ALT 202 ALT 217 ALT 217 ALT 217 ALT 217 ALT 217


53543 ESLG 113-01 BEGINNING LISTENING/SPEAKING 53544 ESLG 120-02 INTERMEDIATE READING/WRITING 53545 ESLG 121-02 INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR 53546 ESLG 122-02 INTERMEDIATE LISTEN/DISCUSSION 53547 ESLG 123-02 EDITING WORKSHOP 53548 ESLG 124-02 EDITING WORKSHOP 53549 ESLG 125-02 HIGH INTERMEDIATE READ/WRITING 53550 ESLG 127-02 HIGH INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR 53551 ESLG 129-02 HIGH INTERMEDIATE LISTEN/DISCUSS 53552 ESLG 130-01 ADVANCED READING/WRITING 53553 ESLG 131-01 ADVANCED GRAMMAR 53554 ESLG 133-01 ADVANCED LISTENING/DISCUSSION 53555 ESLG 134-01 EDITING WORKSHOP 53556 ESLG 138-01 TOEFL PREPARATION

MW TR MWF TR MW TR MW TR F F MWF TR MW TR MW TR MWF TR MW TR MW TR F MW TR

12:30pm-1:20pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 9:30am-11:20am 10:00am-11:15am 8:30am-9:20am 8:30am-9:45am 12:30pm-1:20pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 8:30am-9:20am 8:30am-9:20am 9:30am-11:20am 10:00am-11:15am 8:30am-9:20am 8:30am-9:45am 12:30pm-1:20pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 9:30am-11:20am 10:00am-11:15am 8:30am-9:20am 8:30am-9:45am 12:30pm-1:20pm 1:00pm-2:15pm 8:30am-9:30am 12:30pm-1:20pm 1:00pm-2:15pm

STAFF STAFF STAFF 1 STAFF STAFF 1 STAFF STAFF .5-1 STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF 1 STAFF STAFF 1 STAFF STAFF .5-1 STAFF STAFF 1 STAFF STAFF 1 STAFF STAFF .5-1 STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF .5-1

ALT 217 ALT 217 ALT 202 ALT 202 ALT 202 ALT 202 ALT 202 ALT 202 ALT 202 ALT 221 ALT 221 ALT 221 ALT 221 ALT 221 ALT 221 ALT 221 ALT 216 ALT 216 ALT 216 ALT 216 ALT 216 ALT 216 ALT 216 ALT 207 ALT 207

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

BALYEAT WEBB PAWLUKIEWICZ

3 SMH 252 3 SMH 252 3 SMH G28

1:00pm-4:25pm

CAGLE

3 SMH 251

TR 5:30pm-9:15pm Class does not meet 5/17. MWF 6:00pm-9:25pm

BALYEAT

3 SMH 251

CAGLE

3 SMH 349

TR

6:00pm-9:15pm

SISAK

3 SMH 349

TR TR MW

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

SISAK JOHNSON JOHNSON

3 SMH 251 3 SMH 346 3 SMH 349

STAFF STAFF RUTHEMEYER STAFF STAFF KENT LINENKUGEL HOOKER REDMON RUTHEMEYER HOOKER REDMON RUTHEMEYER

2 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 3

FINANCE May 9 – June 19 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53084 FINC 365-81 53089 FINC 600-91 53091 FINC 684-81

INVESTMENTS MW MANAGERIAL FINANCE TR FINANCIAL MODELING MW *NOTE: FINC 664-81 } Permission of instructor required.

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53082 FINC 300-41 53086 FINC 500-91 53088 FINC 600-81 53092 FINC 675-91

BUSINESS FINANCE *NOTE: FINC 300-41 } Meets May 14-June 8. CORPORATE FINANCE *NOTE: FINC 500-91 } Meets May 15-June 19. MANAGERIAL FINANCE *NOTE: FINC 600-81 } Meets May 14-June 8. REAL ESTATE FINANCE

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6 53087 53514 53090

FINC 500-94 FINC 607-94 FINC 663-84

CORPORATE FINANCE PORTFOLIO & HEDGE FUND CONS FIXED INCOME & DEBT MGMT

MWF

HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION May 14 – July 26 53093 53094 53095 53096 53097 53098 53099 53100 53101 53102 53103 53104 53105

HESA 515-1H HESA 529-1H HESA 555-1H HESA 579-1H HESA 583-1H HESA 599-1H HESA 720-1H HESA 720-2H HESA 720-3H HESA 720-4H HESA 751-2H HESA 751-3H HESA 751-4H

HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE STRATEGY INFO SYSTEMS FOR HEALTH SERVICES CORPORATE FINANCE FOR HC ORGAN HEALTH POLICY & POLICY ANALYSIS ETHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH CARE INTEGRATIVE SEMINAR ON HEALTH SER INSTITUTION & COMMUNITY ANALYSIS INSTITUTION & COMMUNITY ANALYSIS INSTITUTION & COMMUNITY ANALYSIS INSTITUTION & COMMUNITY ANALYSIS RESIDENCY & MASTER’S PROJECT II RESIDENCY & MASTER’S PROJECT II RESIDENCY & MASTER’S PROJECT II

R T M W T R TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

6:00pm-8:30pm 6:00pm-8:30pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA-

CLC 406 CLC 406 CLC 406 CLC 406 CLC 413 CLC 413 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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HISTORY May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53503 HIST 143-91 53505 HIST 161-91 53645 HIST 285-1S

U.S. HISTORY I TR 6:00pm-9:15pm ASIAN HISTORY I TR 6:00pm-9:15pm HOLLYWOOD: A SOCIAL & CULT HIST TBA TBA *NOTE: HIST 285-1S } Is being offered as an online class.

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53504 53506

HIST 144-94 HIST 162-94

July 16 – July 27 53583

HIST 390-25

WURST CULBERTSON FAIRFIELD

3 ALT 217 3 ALT 214 3 ONL

U.S. HISTORY II ASIAN HISTORY II

TR TR

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

O’HARA SHAIKH

3 ALT 217 3 ALT 214

TOPICS IN S ASIAN HIST: GHANDI

MTWRF

1:00pm-4:45pm

SHAIKH

3 ALT 222

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Other students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53530 HIST 285-29 HOLLYWOOD: A SOCIAL & CULT HIST S 12:45pm-4:15pm FAIRFIELD 3 HAI 9

HUMAN RESOURCES May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53029 53042

SHRM 200-91 SHRM 600-91

HUMAN RESOURCES IN A DIVERSE SOC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

TR TR

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

GILUK GORDON

3 SMH G29 3 SMG G27

MTWRF MTWRF

1:00pm-4:20pm 5:00pm-8:20pm

BRAUN BRAUN

1 HAI 4 1 HAI 4

INFORMATION SYSTEMS May 7 – May 10 53163 53164

INFO 120-20 INFO 120-80

INTRO TO BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY INTRO TO BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53169 INFO 600-1S 53170 INFO 600-2S 53175 INFO 680-81

INFO TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT TR 12:00pm-1:15pm SENA *NOTE: INFO 600-1S } Is an internet class. On-line sessions are 1 hour & 15 minutes long. INFO TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT TR 6:00pm-7:15pm SENA *NOTE: INFO 600-2S } Is an internet class. On-line sessions are 1 hour & 15 minutes long. INTRO TO DATA MINING FOR MGRS MW 6:00pm-9:15pm SMITH

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53165 INFO 220-84 53171 INFO 600-4S 53172 INFO 600-94 53174 INFO 674-4S

MANAGING INFO TECHNOLOGY MW 6:00pm-9:15pm ARIYANCHANDRA INFO TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT TR 6:00pm-7:30pm CRABLE *NOTE: INFO 600-4S } Is an internet class. On-line sessions are 1 hour & 15 minutes long. INFO TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT TR 6:00pm-9:15pm FROLICK DATABASE MANAGEMENT TBA TBA ARIYANCHANDRA *NOTE: INFO 674-4S } Is being offered as an online class.

July 28–July 29 & August 4–August 5 53167

INFO 374-S2

INTRO TO WEB SITE DEVELOP

SL

3 ONL 3 ONL 3 HAI 15 3 SMH G30 3 ONL 3 SMH 252 3 ONL

8:30am-4:15pm

BRAUN

3 HAI 15

TR

6:00pm-9:15pm

CARTER

3 SMH 348

MTWRF MTWRF

9:00am-3:00pm 8:00am-5:00pm

CLARK KILBOURNE

2 HAI 1 3 CLC 406

MANAGERIAL BEHAVIOR MW 6:15pm-9:30pm INTERPERSONAL SKILLS MW 6:00pm-9:30pm *NOTE: MGMT 500-81 } Class meets May 14-June 13. STRATEGY & ORGANIZATION TR 6:00pm-9:15pm

KILBOURNE GILUK

3 SMH G29 2 SMH G27

CHINTA

3 SMH 250

MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53047

ENTR 668-91

SMALL BUSINESS CONSULTING

May 7 – May 11 53031 53

MGMT 301-1S MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATIONS MGMT 645-1S CHANGE MANAGEMENT

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53030 MGMT 300-81 53036 MGMT 500-81 53038 MGMT 600-91

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53040 MGMT 601-1S 53636 MGMT 625-1S 53162 MGMT 644-91

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TBA TBA *NOTE: MGMT 6601-1S } Is being offered in a blended format. MULTINATIONAL MANAGEMENT TBA TBA *NOTE: MGMT 625-1S } Is being offered as an online class. MOTIVATION & BEHAVIOR IN ORGAN TR 6:15pm-9:30pm

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53161 MGMT 321-94 53037 MGMT 500-94 53039 MGMT 600-84 53041 MGMT 601-94 53046 MGMT 633-94

INDUSTRIAL/ORG PSYCHOLOGY TR 6:15pm-9:30pm INTERPERSONAL SKILLS TR 6:00pm-9:30pm *NOTE: MGMT 500-94 } Class meets July 2-August 2. STRATEGY & ORGANIZATION MW 6:00pm-9:15pm OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TR 6:00pm-9:15pm GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MGMT TR 6:00pm-9:15pm

July 7 – August 4 53045

MGMT 654-4S PROJECT MANAGEMENT

July 20–22 & August 3–5

53043 MGMT 614-1S PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP

WU

3 ONL

CHINTA

3 ONL

NAGY

3 ELT 11

MULLINS TURNER

3 ELT 11 2 SMH 347

TURNER WU ROGERS

3 SMH G23 3 SMH 349 3 SMH 249

GORDON

3 SMH 251

S

8:00am-5:00pm

F SL

6:00pm-9:30pm SHRIBERG 3 SMH 252 8:30am-4:30pm SMH 252

July 22–24 & August 5–7 53044 MGMT 614-2S PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP

L MT

6:00pm-9:30pm SHRIBERG 3 SMH 252 8:30am-4:30pm SMH 252

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING BUSINESS TO BUSINESS MKTG E-COMMERCE

MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 5:30pm-9:15pm 5:30pm-9:15pm

KASHYAP BOYCE JABLONSKI

3 SMH 250 3 SMH 249 3 LOG 101

SOCIAL MEDIA

TR

6:00pm-9:15pm

DOOLEY

3 ALT 314

8:00am-9:35pm 9:45am-11:20pm 6:15pm-9:30pm

STAFF WALKER BURNS

3 SMH 251 3 SMH 251 2 ALT 322

6:00pm-9:15pm

SMITH

3 HAI 15

MW

6:00pm-9:15pm

TBA

3 SMH 250

TR

6:15pm-9:30pm

BURNS

2 SMH 250

MARKETING STRATEGY MARKETING & THE SUPPLY CHAIN

TR MW

6:00pm-9:15pm 6:00pm-9:15pm

CHEUNG SORKIN

3 SMH 348 3 SMH 252

MARKETING & CONSUMER CULTURE

MTWRF

9:00am-5:00pm

BURNS

3 SMH 250

F SL

6:00pm-9:30pm AHUJA 3 SMH 346 9:00am-5:00pm SMH 346

MARKETING May 7 – May 18 53424 53426 53425

MKTG 300-10 MKTG 310-80 MKTG 357-80

May 8 – June 14 53644

MKTG 669-91

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53428 MKTG 300-11 53429 MKTG 345-21 53422 MKTG 500-91 53185 MKTG 680-81

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING MTWR INTEGRATED MKTG COMM MTWR MARKETING CONCEPTS TR *NOTE: MKTG 500-91 } Class meets May 15-June 7. INTRO TO DATA MINING FOR MGRS MW

May 21 – June 25 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53558

MKTG 600-81

MARKETING STRATEGY

July 17 – August 9 53423

MKTG 500-95

MARKETING CONCEPTS

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53630 53538

MKTG 600-94 MKTG 642-84

July 9 – July 13 53519

MKTG 671-4S

August 3–5 & August 10–12

53560 MKTG 670-4S ETHICAL ISSUES IN MARKETING

June 23 – July 22

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Others students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, June 12th. 53427 MKTG 300-2S PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING SU 12:45pm-4:45pm MANOLIS 3 SMH 249 *NOTE: MKTG 300-2S} Class will not meet July 7 & 8.

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MATHEMATICS May 7 – May 18 *MATH 116 requires a TI-83 Graphing calculator. 53476 53475

MATH 116-10 MATH 150-10

ELEMENTS STATISTICS ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS I

MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 8:30am-12:15pm

STAFF ROSSA

3 ALT 324 3 ALT 224

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. MATH 116, 120 & 150 all require a TI-83 Graphing calculator. 53477 MATH 113-71 53478 MATH 115-91 53479 MATH 116-91 53482 MATH 120-91 53480 MATH 125-81 53557 MATH 150-1S 53481 MATH 150-81

May 29 – July 19 53483

MATH 170-22

MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE MW TOPICS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS TR ELEMENTARY STATISTICS TR ELEMENTS FUNCTIONS TR CALENDARS & TIMEKEEPING MW ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS I TBA *NOTE: MATH 150-1S } Is being offered as an online class. ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS I MW

5:00pm-8:15pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm TBA

STAFF STAFF OTERO LEWANDOWSKI OTERO DORAN

3 3 3 3 3 3

6:15pm-9:30pm

STAFF

3 ALT 224

CALCULUS I

9:35am-11:30am

STAAT

4 LND 101

MTWR

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. MATH 116 & 156 require a TI-83 Graphing calculator. 53484 MATH 105-94 53591 MATH 115-4S 53485 MATH 116-94 53488 MATH 150-84 53486 MATH 156-84

FUNDAMENTALS OF MATH TR TOPICS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS TBA *NOTE: MATH 115-4S } Is being offered as an online class. ELEMENTARY STATISTICS TR ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS I MTWR *NOTE: MATH 150-84 } Class meets July 9-July 26. GENERAL STATISTICS MW

LND 103 ALT 224 ALT 324 LND 101 ALT 324 ONL

6:15pm-9:30pm TBA

SOUTHWICK BERRY

3 LND 101 3 ONL

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

STAFF ROSSA

3 ALT 216 3 ALT 224

6:15pm-9:30pm

BUTZ

3 ALT 216

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Other students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53489 MATH 115-19 TOPICS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS S 8:30am-12:00pm BUTZ 3 ALT 216

MODERN LANGUAGES May 7 – May 18 53507

SPAN 258-0S

LANGUAGE & CULTURE IN GUATEMALA

MTWRF

9:30am-1:15pm

May 14 – June 21 *M,W,R classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53430 ASLN 101-21 53431 ASLN 101-71 53420 FREN 101-51 53641 GERM 101-1S 53515 ITAL 101-71 53508 SPAN 101-51 53509 SPAN 101-71 53510 SPAN 201-61

ELEMENTARY AMERICAN SIGN LANG I MWR 9:30am-11:45am ELEMENTARY AMERICAN SIGN LANG I MWR 6:00pm-8:15pm ELEMENTARY FRENCH I MWR 4:00pm-6:15pm ELEMENTARY GERMAN I TBA TBA *NOTE: GERM 101-1S } Is being offered as an online class. ELEMENTARY ITALIAN I MWR 6:30pm-8:45pm ELEMENTARY SPANISH I MWR 4:00pm-6:15pm ELEMENTARY SPANISH I MWR 6:30pm-8:45pm INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I MWR 5:30pm-7:45pm

CEO-DIFRANCESCO 3 COH 34 3 3 3 3

ALT 301 ALT 301 ALT 202 ONL

CRUZADO-THEIMANN 3 KHMELEVA 3 HUSEMAN 3 BAZZANI 3

ALT 202 ALT 317 ALT 317 ALT 316

HARDESTY HARDESTY STAFF BLANK MARSCHNER MANDEL SIMMONS

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

ALT 301 ALT 301 ALT 202 ALT 202 CLC 405 CLC 405 ALT 316

53581 MUSC 112-1S MUSIC: NOW! MTWR 9:00am-5:30pm SKEIRIK 3 *NOTE: MUSC 112-1S } Final paper due no later than May 29. F 9:00am-1:00pm 53268 MUSC 117-1S HISTORY OF ROCK MTWR 9:00am-5:30pm KRISTIANSEN 3 *NOTE: MUSC 117-1S } Final paper due no later than June 8. F 9:00am-3:00pm

EDC 204

July 2 – August 9 *M,W,R classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53432 53433 53421 53516 53511 53512 53513

ASLN 102-24 ASLN 102-74 FREN 102-54 ITAL 102-74 SPAN 102-54 SPAN 102-74 SPAN 202-64

ELEMENTARY AMERICAN SIGN LANG II ELEMENTARY AMERICAN SIGN LANG II ELEMENTARY FRENCH II ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II ELEMENTARY SPANISH II ELEMENTARY SPANISH II INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II

MWR MWR MWR MWR MWR MWR MWR

9:30am-11:45am 6:00pm-8:15pm 4:00pm-6:15pm 6:30pm-8:45pm 4:00pm-6:15pm 6:30pm-8:45pm 5:30pm-7:45pm

BAILES BARKSDALE STAFF URBANIAK

MUSIC May 7 – May 11

16

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EDC 204 EDC 103 EDC 103


May 14 – June 21 *M,W,R classes also meet Friday, June 1.

53580 MUSC 112-2S MUSIC: NOW! TBA TBA *NOTE: MUSC-2S } Is being offered as an online class. 53412 MUSC 171-91 BEGINNING BALLROOM DANCE II T 5:00pm-9:00pm R 7:00pm-9:00pm

July 2 – August 9 *M,W,R classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53517 MUSC 173-94 ADVANCE BALLROOM DANCE II

T 5:00pm-9:00pm R 7:00pm-9:00pm

SKEIRIK

3 ONL

HURST

3 EDC 103

HURST

3 EDC 103

July 23 – July 27

53631 MUSC 117-5A HISTORY OF ROCK MTWR 9:00am-5:00pm KRISTIANSEN 3 EDC 103 *NOTE: MUSC 117-5A } Final paper due no later than Aug 8. F 9:00am-3:00pm EDC 103

NURSING May 7 – May 18 53156

NURS 468-80

HOLISTIC INTEGRATIVE THET:PAIN MGT

MTWRF

4:00pm-8:00pm

KING

May 14 – July 18 *M,W Class also meet Friday, June 3. NURS 703’s have an $18 liability insurance fee. 53370 53371 53372 53373 53374 53409 53410

NURS 703-01 NURS 703-02 NURS 703-03 NURS 705-01 NURS 705-02 NURS 797-01 NURS 797-02

GRADUATE NURSING PRACTICUM I GRADUATE NURSING PRACTICUM I GRADUATE NURSING PRACTICUM I GRADUATE NURSING PRACTICUM II GRADUATE NURSING PRACTICUM II SCHOLARLY PROJECT SCHOLARLY PROJECT

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA- TBA-

May 14 – August 10

53160 NURS 650-01 ART & SCIENCE OF ADVANCED NURS MW 9:00am-1:00pm 53342 NURS 650-02 ART & SCIENCE OF ADVANCED NURS MW 9:00am-1:00pm 53343 NURS 651-01 ART & SCIENCE OF ADV NURS PRAC RF 7:00am-3:00pm 53344 NURS 651-02 ART & SCIENCE OF ADV NURS PRAC RF 7:00am-3:00pm 53347 NURS 651-03 ART & SCIENCE OF ADV NURS PRAC RF 7:00am-3:00pm 53350 NURS 651-04 ART & SCIENCE OF ADV NURS PRAC RF 7:00am-3:00pm 53365 NURS 654-01 ADVANCED PHARMACOLOGY M 2:00pm-4:00pm 53366 NURS 654-02 ADVANCED PHARMACOLOGY M 2:00pm-4:00pm 53367 NURS 656-01 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY W 2:00pm-4:00pm 53368 NURS 656-02 ADVANCED PATHOPHYSIOLOGY W 2:00pm-4:00pm 53 NURS 756-01 ADVANCED HEALTH ASSESS FOR RN MW 7:00pm-9:30pm 53559 NURS 854-01 ADVANCED INFORMATICS TBA TBA

May 17 – June 12 53361 53362

NURS 652-01 NURS 652-01

May 17 – June 22 53375 NURS 754-1S 53376 NURS 754-2S 53377 NURS 754-3S

ART & SCIENCE OF PSYCHIATRIC NURS ART & SCIENCE OF PSYCHIATRIC NURS

NURS 500-01 NURS 502-1S NURS 502-02 NURS 653-01 NURS 653-02 NURS 653-03 NURS 854-01

1:00pm-5:00pm 1:00pm-5:00pm

LEADERSHIP & MGMT CONCEPTS TBA TBA- *NOTE: NURS 754-1S } This class is a distance learning class LEADERSHIP & MGMTCONCEPTS M 5:00pm-8:00pm LEADERSHIP & MGMTCONCEPTS W 5:00pm-8:00pm

May 21 – August 10 53157 53158 53159 53363 53364 53490 53559

T T

HEALTH CARE ETHICS-NURSE LEADERS NURSING RESEARCH NURSING RESEARCH A&S PSYCHIATRIC NURS PRAC A&S PSYCHIATRIC NURS PRAC A&S PSYCHIATRIC NURS PRAC ADVANCED INFORMATICS

MW TBA TR T T T TBA

4:30pm-6:30pm TBA 4:00pm-6:00pm 7:00am-3:00pm 7:00am-3:00pm 7:00am-3:00pm TBA

3 COH 128A

SCHMID REYNOLDS STAFF SCHMID REYNOLDS SCHMID STAFF

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TUNGOL LEKSAN HARLAND KELLER MCCULLOUGH HARLAND MCCULLOUGH HARLAND HARLAND TUNGOL LEKSAN TUNGOL LEKSAN SHEETS THORNTON MARTIN KELLY

6 COH 187 6 3 TBA

TUNGOL LEKSAN

2 COH 187 2

RIEG

3 ONL

REYNOLDS STAFF

3 COH 187 3

KING KELLY BEISCHEL HARLAND HARLAND HARLAND KELLY

3 3 3 1 1 1 3

3 TBA 3 TBA 3 2 2 2 2 3

TBA COH 187 COH 187 COH 110

3 TBA

COH 110 ONL TBA TBA TBA TBA

For the latest information, visit www.xavier.edu/summer 17


July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53369

NURS 664-01

TEACHING STRATEGIES

T

4:00pm-9:00pm

SCHMID

2

TBA

TBA-

KELLY

3 ONL

OCCUPATIONAL JUSTICE II TBA TBA *NOTE: HOCS 405-2S } Course fee $15 and $18 liability insurance.

SCHEERER

3 TBA

ETHICS AS INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY ETHICS AS INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE BUSINESS ETHICS BUSINESS ETHICS BIOETHICS BIOETHICS

COLELLA SZYMKOWIAK QUINN POLT SWEENEY SWEENEY DWYER QUINN

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WOOD

3 ONL

SZYMKOWIAK

3 ALT 218

WOLFE NISWONGER

3 ALT 218 3 ALT 213

July 11 – August 3 53159

NURS 130-4S

WAYS OF KNOWING

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY June 2 – June 10 53637 HOCS 405-2S

PHILOSOPHY May 7 – May 18 53444 53445 53446 53447 53448 53449 53450 53451

PHIL 100-10 PHIL 100-20 PHIL 290-10 PHIL 290-20 PHIL 321-10 PHIL 321-20 PHIL 329-10 PHIL 329-20

MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm 8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm 8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm 8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53452 PHIL 290-1S 53453 PHIL 321-81

THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE TBA TBA *NOTE: PHIL 290-1S } Is being offered as an online class. BUSINESS ETHICS MW 6:15pm-9:30pm

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53454 53455

PHIL 100-94 PHIL 329-94

ETHICS AS INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY BIOETHICS

TR TR

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm

ALT 302 ALT 302 ALT 314 ALT 314 ALT 218 ALT 218 ALT 219 ALT 219

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASSES. Other students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53456 PHIL 100-19 ETHICS AS INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY S 8:30am-12:00pm GOTTLIEB 3 ALT 214 53457 PHIL 321-29 BUSINESS ETHICS S 12:45pm-4:15pm STAFF 3 ALT 214

PHYSICS May 7 – May 18 *Intersession lectures & labs must be taken concurrently. 53048 53049 53050 53051 53052 53053 53054 53055

PHYS 110-10 PHYS 111-20 PHYS 112-10 PHYS 113-20 PHYS 116-10 PHYS 117-20 PHYS 118-10 PHYS 119-20

MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

All labs have $85 fee. 8:30am-11:00am SCHMITZER 11:15am-1:00pm SCHMITZER 8:30am-11:00am BOSCH 11:15am-1:00pm BOSCH 1:00pm-3:30pm FATUZZO 3:45pm-5:30pm FATUZZO 8:30am-11:00am HERBERT 11:15am-1:00pm HERBERT

2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1

TR TR TR

6:15pm-8:00pm 4:00pm-5:50pm 8:10pm-10:00pm

LINK LINK LINK

2 LND 103 1 LND 201 1 LND 201

COLLEGE PHYSICS I INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS LAB I

MTWRF MTWR

9:30am-11:50am 12:30pm-2:20pm

BRAUN BRAUN

3 LND 103 1 LND 203

*All labs have $85 fee. COLLEGE PHYSICS II INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS LAB II

MTWRF MTWR

9:30am-11:50am 12:30pm-2:20pm

BRAUN BRAUN

3 LND 103 1 LND 203

OUR UNIVERSE: FORENSIC STUDIES OUR UNIVERSE: FORENSIC STU LAB OUR UNIVERSE: COLOR & IMAGES OUR UNIVERSE: COLOR & IMAGES LAB OUR UNIVERSE: THE EARTH OUR UNIVERSE: THE EARTH LAB OUR UNIVERSE: THE SKY OUR UNIVERSE: THE SKY LAB

May 22 – June 28 *All labs have $85 fee. 53056 53057 53058

PHYS 112-91 PHYS 113-A1 PHYS 113-B1

OUR UNIVERSE: COLOR & IMAGES OUR UNIVERSE: COLOR & IMAGES LAB OUR UNIVERSE: COLOR & IMAGES LAB

June 4 – June 29 *All labs have $85 fee. 53059 53060

PHYS 160-22 PHYS 161-A2

July 2 – July 27 53061 53062

18

PHYS 162-24 PHYS 163-A4

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LND 201 LND 201 LND 101 LND 203 LND 103 LND 201 LND 103 LND 203


May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Other students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. Weekend degree lectures & labs must be taken concurrently. All labs have $85 fee. 53063 PHYS 110-29 OUR UNIVERSE: FORENSIC STUDIES S 12:45pm-4:45pm WIDMER 2 LND 103 53064 PHYS 111-29 OUR UNIVERSE: FORENSIC STU LAB S 12:45pm-4:45pm WIDMER 1 LND 203

POLITICAL SCIENCE May 7 – May 18 53107 53108

POLI 246-10 POLI 277-20

MASS MEDIA AND POLITICS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm

MARIANI WHITE

3 ALT 322 3 ALT 322

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

RAY RAY

3-9 TBA 3 TBA

TR

6:00pm-9:45pm

MARIANI

3 ALT 322

POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

TR

6:15pm-9:30pm

RAY

3 ALT 219

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

1:00pm-4:45pm 1:00pm-4:45pm 8:30am-12:15pm

DACEY END NELSON

3 ELT 11 3 ELT 318 3 ELT 318

MW TR TBA

6:15pm-9:30pm 1:30pm-3:45pm TBA

KAPP GHEE GHEE

3 ELT 217 2 ELT 205 1 ELT 205

TR TBA MW TR TR TR TR TR

9:00am-12:15pm TBA 12:30pm-3:45pm 3:15pm-6:00pm 1:00pm-4:15pm 12:30pm-3:45pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm

DULANEY DULANEY KENFORD ESMAIL NELSON SALSMAN NAGY FLICK

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53109 53110

POLI 401-1S POLI 402-1S

WASHINGTON D.C. INTERNSHIP WASHINGTON D.C. INTERNSHIP COURSE

June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53106

POLI 140-93

COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT & POLI

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53111

POLI 301-94

PSYCHOLOGY May 7 – May 18 53117 53118 53119

PSYC 231-20 PSYC 261-20 PSYC 277-10

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53120 PSYC 101-81 53121 PSYC 121-41 53122 PSYC 122-41 53123 PSYC 221-21 53124 PSYC 223-21 53125 PSYC 502-41 53126 PSYC 505-51 53127 PSYC 607-51 53128 PSYC 621-51 53129 PSYC 644-91 53130 PSYC 703-91

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY GEN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCH I GEN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCH I LAB *NOTE: PSYC 122-41 } Lab fee of $60. RESEACH METH & DESIGN I RESEACH METH & DESIGN I LAB HISTORY & PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES PROF PROBLEMS & ETHICS IN PSYCH ADVANCED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH ADVANCED RESEARCH DESING & ANAL ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

May 14 – August 9

*All Clinical practicums have a $18 Liability insurance fee & Internships a $12 fee. MASTER’S THESIS TBA TBA TBA MASTER’S THESIS TBA TBA TBA INTERVENTION TECH: GROUP THERAPY TR 3:15pm-6:00pm ESMAIL *NOTE: PSYC 710-01 } Class will also meet Saturday August 11. RESEARCH I TBA TBA- STAFF RESEARCH II TBA TBA- STAF RESEARCH III TBA TBA- STAFF RESEARCH III TBA TBA- STAFF CLINICAL PRACTICUM V TBA TBA- SONTAG CLINICAL PRACTICUM VI TBA TBA- SONTAG INTERNSHIP TBA TBA- SCHULTZ INTERNSHIP TBA TBA- SCHULTZ

53131 PSYC 699-01 53132 PSYC 699-02 53133 PSYC 710-01 53134 PSYC 787-01 53135 PSYC 788-01 53136 PSYC 789-01 53137 PSYC 789-02 53138 PSYC 850-01 53139 PSYC 851-01 53140 PSYC 999-01 53141 PSYC 999-02

June 11 – July 16 53646 PSYC 379-2S

PSYCHOLOGICAL & ACHIEVE TESTING TBA TBA HART *NOTE: PSYC 379-2S } Is being offered as an online class. Restricted to PsyD and IO students.

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53142 53143 53144

PSYC 321-94 PSYC 366-94 PSYC 490-04

INDUSTRIAL/ORG PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & PERSONALITY PRACTICUM IN PSYCHOLOGY

TR TR TBA

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm TBA

MULLINS KAPP STUKENBERG

ELT 217 TBA JOS 312 JOS 312 ELT 217 JOS 206 ELT 11 ELT 217

3-6 TBA 3-6 TBA 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

3 ONL

3 ELT 11 3 ELT 217 1-3 TBA

For the latest information, visit www.xavier.edu/summer 19


SCHOOL & COMMUNITY COUNSELING May 7 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53005 COUN 503-81 53004 COUN 636-1S 53006 COUN 638-91 53003 COUN 642-51

May 7 – July 12

53001 COUN 669-0S 53002 COUN 773-0S

CRISIS INTERVENTION IN SCHOOLS MW 6:15pm-8:15pm CAREER COUNSELING TR 4:30pm-8:00pm *NOTE: COUN 636-1S } Is being offered in a blended format. CROSS-CULTURAL COUNSELING TR 6:15pm-8:15pm CONSULTATION AND SUPERVISION MW 4:30pm-8:00pm

LOSEY NORMAN

3 HAI 7 3 ONL

TOWNSEL NORMAN

2 HAI 7 3 HAI 5

PRE-PRACTICUM COUNSELING LAB MW *NOTE: COUN 669-0S } Liability insurance fee of $36. COUNSELING PRACTICUM II TR

4:00pm-6:00pm

HALL

3 HAI 7

4:00pm-6:00pm

LOSEY

3 HAI 7

PROVENZANO RICHARDSON RAHNFELD

2 HAI 100X 3 HAI 9 3 HAI 5

HALL

2 HAI 7

STAFF STAFF

2 HAI 100X 2 HAI 100X

June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53007 COUN 509-93 53008 COUN 533-83 53009 COUN 537-63 53010 COUN 630-83 53011 COUN 631-53 53012 COUN 640-83

COUNSELING RESEARCH METHODS TR 6:15pm-8:15pm COUNSELING THEORIES & TECHNIQUES MW 6:15pm-10:00pm INTRO TO SCHOOL COUNSELING TR 4:00pm-7:45pm *NOTE: COUN 537-63 } For School Counseling Students only. INTRO TO MENTAL HEALTH COUNSEL MW 6:15pm-8:15pm *NOTE: COUN 630-83 } For Community Counseling Students only. COUNSELING ISSUES AND ETHICS MW 4:00pm-6:00pm FAMILY RELATIONS MW 6:15pm-8:15pm

June 11 – August 16 53013 COUN 671-53

COUNSELING INTERNSHIP MW 4:00pm-6:00pm *NOTE: COUN 671-53 } For Community Counseling Students only.

July 16 – August 16 53014 COUN 501-56 53016 COUN 536-96 53015 COUN 579-66 53590 COUN 765-86

LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT MW 4:00pm-7:45pm GROUP PROCESS TR 6:15pm-10:00pm PSYC & ACHIEVEMENT TESTS TR 4:00pm-6:00pm CRISIS COUNSELING MW 6:15pm-8:15pm *NOTE: COUN 765-86 } For Community Counseling Students only.

NORMAN

4 HAI 5

CROOK RICHARDSON CROOK GRAHAM

3 3 2 2

HAI 100X HAI 100X HAI 100X HAI 9

FLICK FLICK

3 COH 190 3 COH 190

HEIM BREEN ZASCAVAGE VANEGAS

3 3 3 3

ALT 302 COH 143 ALT 313 ALT 313

HEIM BREEN ZASCAVAGE NICHOLS VANEGAS

3 3 3 3 3

ALT 302 COH 143 ALT 313 LND 101 ALT 313

WINTERMAN ZASCAVAGE ZASCAVAGE KUCHEY

3 2 1 3

ALT 221 ONL ONL COH 192

SECONDARY & SPECIAL EDUCATION May 8 – May 31 53269 53273

EDMS 350-91 EDMS 550-91

TECHNOLOGY & TOPICS FOR EDUC TECHNOLOGY & TOPICS FOR EDUC

May 7 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53275 EDSP 200-61 53278 EDSP 203-61 53280 EDSP 360-61 53285 EDSP 380-71 53288 EDSP 500-61 53304 EDSP 503-61 53306 EDSP 560-61 53311 EDSP 579-61 53313 EDSP 580-71 53321 EDSP 617-51 53324 EDSP 618-1S 53325 EDSP 619-1S 53327 EDSP 622-51

20

6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm

SP ED: IDENTIFICATIONS & ISSUES MW 4:00pm-8:15pm SP ED: COMM & COLLABORATION MW 4:30pm-8:15pm M/M CHARACTERISTICS & STRATEGIES MW 4:30pm-8:15pm CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TR 4:15pm-8:15pm *NOTE: EDSP 380-71 } Field experience required. On-line component. SP ED: IDENTIFICATIONS & ISSUES MW 4:00pm-8:15pm SP ED: COMM & COLLABORATION MW 4:30pm-8:15pm M/M CHARACTERISTICS & STRATEGIES MW 4:30pm-8:15pm AUTISM AND PDD MW 4:30pm-8:15pm CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TR 4:30pm-8:15pm *NOTE: EDSP 580-71 } Field experience required. On-line component. ADMIN PARTNERSHIP IN SPED TR 4:30pm-8:15pm QUALITATIVE & QUANTITATIVE RES TBA TBA SPED: RESEARCH PAPER TBA TBA DIFFERENTIATED MATH STRATEGIES MW 4:30pm-8:15pm

June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 8. 53270 EDMS 350-93 53271 EDMS 500-13 53272 EDMS 500-3S 53274 EDMS 550-93 53276 EDSP 200-73 53277 EDSP 201-13

TR TR

TECHNOLOGY & TOPICS FOR EDUC TR 6:00pm-9:45pm JACKSON HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY OF EDUC MTWR 7:30am-9:25am KESSINGER HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY OF EDUC MW KESSINGER *NOTE: EDMS 500-3S } This class Is an online class with three meeting dates: 6/11, 6/27 & 7/11. TECHNOLOGY & TOPICS FOR EDUC TR 6:00pm-9:45pm JACKSON SP ED: IDENTIFICATION & ISSUES TR 4:00pm-7:45pm FERRIS INTRO TO EMOTIONALLY DIST CHILD MTWR 7:30am-9:25am FISHER

For the latest information, visit www.xavier.edu/summer

3 COH 190 3 HAI 7 3 ONL 3 COH 190 3 COH 193 3 COH 193


53279 EDSP 205-73 53281 EDSP 362-83 53282 EDSP 363-23 53283 EDSP 364-13 53284 EDSP 367-53 53286 EDSP 380-73 53301 EDSP 500-73 53302 EDSP 500-SMF 53303 EDSP 501-13 53305 EDSP 505-73 53307 EDSP 562-83 53308 EDSP 563-23 53309 EDSP 564-13 53310 EDSP 567-53 53315 EDSP 580-73 53318 EDSP 583-23 53319 EDSP 616-93

FOUNDATIONS IN EARLY CHILD SP ED TR 4:30pm-8:15pm M/M SUPPORT SERVICES MW 6:00pm-9:45pm SPEC EDUC: ASSESS & EVAL MTWR 9:35am-11:30am DAP INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS MTWR 7:30am-9:25am SP ED: BEHAV & SOC SKILLS MGMT TR 4:00pm-7:45pm CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TR 4:30pm-8:15pm *NOTE: EDSP 380-73 } Field experience required. Online component. SP ED: IDENTIFICATION & ISSUES TR 4:00pm-7:45pm SP ED: IDENTIFICATION & ISSUES TR 7:00pm-10:00pm INTRO TO EMOTIONALLY DIST CHILD MTWR 7:30am-9:25am FOUNDATIONS IN ECSPED TR 4:30pm-8:15pm M/M SUPPORT SERVICES MW 6:00pm-9:45pm SPEC EDUC: ASSESS & EVAL MTWR 9:35am-11:30am DAP INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS MTWR 7:30am-9:25am SP ED: BEHAV & SOC SKILLS MGMT TR 4:00pm-7:45pm CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TR 4:30pm-8:15pm *NOTE: EDSP 580-73 } Field experience required. Online component. RESOURCE MAT & TECH: GIFTED MTWR 9:35am-11:30am CULTURAL DIVERSITY & PHIL IN SPED TR 6:00pm-9:45pm

July 16 – August 16 53287 EDSP 380-76 53289 EDSP 500-66 53316 EDSP 580-76

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TR 4:30pm-8:15pm *NOTE: EDSP 380-76 } Field experience required. Online component. SP ED: IDENTIFICATION & ISSUES MW 4:45pm-8:30pm CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TR 4:15pm-8:15pm *NOTE: EDSP 580-76 } Field experience required. Online component.

WINTERMAN HAWKINS CHURCH-KISSEL CHURCH-KISSEL SCHMIDT VANEGAS

3 3 3 3 3 3

COH 195 COH 35 COH 35 COH 35 COH 194 COH 14

FERRIS FISHER FISHER WINTERMAN HAWKINS CHURCH-KISSEL CHURCH-KISSEL SCHMIDT VANEGAS

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

COH 193 MIDDLE COH 193 COH 195 COH 35 COH 35 COH 35 COH 194 COH 14

GIVEN LINK

3 COH 193 3 COH 187

VANEGAS

3 COH 193

EARLY VANEGAS

3 COH 193 3 COH 193

SOCIAL WORK May 7 – May 18 53266 53267

SOCW 167-10 SURVEY OF SOCIETY IN SOCIAL WORK SOCW 299-20 CHILD WELFARE & DEVELOPMENT

May 7 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53413

SOCW 315-81 VALUES, POVERTY & SOCIETY

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53655

SOCW 206-91 INTRO TO GENDER & DIVERSITY ST

MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm

LARKIN LARKIN

3 COH 143 3 COH 143

MW

6:00pm-9:45pm

GARRETT

3 COH 193

TR

6:15pm-9:30pm

HEYDT

3 COH 143

MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm

MULLINAX

3 ALT 213

MW

6:15pm-9:30pm

WEISSBUCH

3 ALT 322

MW

6:15pm-9:30pm

WEISSBUCH

3 ALT 322

TR TBA

9:00am-12:15pm TBA

DAVLIN-PATER DAVLIN-PATER

2 JOS 206 1 TBA

SOCIOLOGY May 7 – May 18 53115

SOCI 101-10

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53112

SOCI 232-81

SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53114

SOCI 269-84

POPULAR CULTURE

SPORTS STUDIES May 8 – June 14 53378 53379

ATTR 386-0S ATTR 387-0S

ADVANCED KINESIOLOGY ADVANCED KINESIOLOGY LAB

May 7 – June 7 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53065 SPMG 495-01 53066 SPMG 570-1S 53067 SPMG 695-01

INTERNSHIP IN SPORT MGMT TBA TBA- PSYCHO-SOCIAL ASPECTS OF SPORTS TR 6:00pm-9:45pm *NOTE: SPMG 570-1S } Is being offered as an online class. INTERNSHIP IN SPORT ADMIN TBA TBA-

May 7 – June 15 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53068 SPMG 610-1S

SPORTS ETHICS TBA TBA *NOTE: SPMG 610-1S} Is being offered as an online class.

OLBERDING SCHOENSTEDT

3-9 TBA 3 ONL

OLBERDING

3-6 TBA

QUINN

3 ONL

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May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53113

SPMG 132-81

SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT

MW

6:15pm-9:30pm

WEISSBUCH

3 ALT 322

INTRO TO SPORT ADMINISTRATION

MW

6:00pm-9:45pm

SCHOENSTEDT

3 JOS 206

SPORTS LEADERSHIP

TBA

TBA

QUINN

3 ONL

INTERNSHIP IN SPORT MGMT SPORTS ADMINISTRATION MARKETING HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ADMIN INTERNSHIP IN SPORT ADMIN

TBA TR MW TBA

TBA- 6:00pm-9:45pm 6:00pm-9:45pm TBA-

OLBERDING FLORKOWSKI FLYNN OLBERDING

CHRISTIAN MYSTICISM GOD, CREATION & ECOLOGY THE HISTORICAL JESUS CHRISTIAN SEXUAL ETHICS CHRISTIAN SEXUAL ETHICS

MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF MTWRF

8:30am-12:15pm 8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm 8:30am-12:15pm 1:00pm-4:45pm

June 11 – July 12 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53069

SPMG 521-83

June 18 – July 28 53518

SPMG 620-1S

*NOTE: SPMG 620-1S} Is being offered as an online class.

July 16 – August 16 53070 53071 53072 53073

SPMG 495-06 SPMG 595-96 SPMG 625-86 SPMG 695-06

3-9 3 3 3-9

TBA JOS 206 JOS 206 TBA

AHLGREN GROPPE DEWEY BESTE BESTE

3 3 3 3 3

ALT 201 ALT 317 ALT 201 ALT 323 ALT 323

6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm 6:15pm-9:30pm

SAARI KOSTOFF RILEY HUFF

3 3 3 3

ALT 201 ALT 302 ALT 219 ALT 218

TBA

LIM

3 ONL

6:15pm-9:30pm TBA

BRUGGEMAN MELCHER

3 ALT 222 3 ONL

6:00pm-9:15pm

MELCHER

3 ALT 219

THEOLOGY May 7 – May 18 53148 53149 53151 53152 53153

THEO 205-10 THEO 245-10 THEO 285-20 THEO 313-10 THEO 313-20

May 14 – June 21 *M,W classes also meet Friday, June 1. 53145 53147 53150 53587

THEO 111-91 THEO 203-91 THEO 253-91 THEO 562-91

THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS THE EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH PSALMS & WISDOM LITERATURE ATHEISM & CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY

July 2 – August 9 *M,W classes also meet Friday, July 6. 53538 THEO 111-4S 53146 THEO 111-94 53529 THEO 251-4S 53525 THEO 333-84

TR TR TR TR

THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS TBA *NOTE: THEO 111-4S} Is being offered as an online class. THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS TR INTRO TO HEBREW SCRIPTURES TBA *NOTE: THEO 251-4S} Is being offered as an online class. THE BIBLE ON FILM MW

May 20 & June 2 – July 21

*WEEKEND DEGREE PROGRAM CLASS. Other students permitted on a space available basis. Pre-assignment is mandatory: Sunday, May 20th. 53411 THEO 111-29 THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS S 12:45pm-4:15pm RILEY 3 ALT 201 53658 THEO 218-19 WOMEN IN EARLY CHRISTIANITY S 8:30am-12:00pm MONAST 3 ALT 201

UNIVERSITY STUDIES

*Check each section of UNST 100 for specific meeting dates. 53339 UNST 100-01 E PLURIBUS UNUM SL 9:00am-4:30pm DESILVA 1 ALT 222 *NOTE: UNST 100-1S } Class meets May 5-6. 53340 UNST 100-02 E PLURIBUS UNUM FL 6:00pm-9:10pm SHRIBERG 1 ALT 222 *NOTE: UNST 100-2S } Class meets Sun 5/20 11:00am-12:00pm, Fri 7/27 6:00pm-9:30pm & Sun 7/29 8:00am-5:00pm.

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WORKSHOP SCHEDULE DATE

TITLE

COURSE #

CREDIT

May 5-6 & 19-20

Cult Prof Instr & 21st Cent Learn Skills

EDWS 554-W1

2 Credit Hrs

May 7-8

Sex Abuse Prev Train: Darkness to Light

EDEL 205/EDEL 505-W1

1 Credit Hr

May 14-24

Drawing I

ARTS 102-W1

3 Credit Hrs

May 14-24

Web Design

ARTS 215-W1

3 Credit Hrs

June 1-2 & 8-9

Intro to Play Therapy

COUN 504-W1

1 Credit Hr

June 4-8

Alfred Hitchcock in Hollywood

COMM 280-W1

2 Credit Hrs

June 4-8

18th Century Britain: Then & Now

ENGL 442-W1

2 Credit Hrs

June 4-15

Movie Knights

HIST 366-W1

3 Credit Hrs

June 4-15

Producing Electronic Music I (OC)

MUSC 304-W1A

3 Credit Hrs

June 6-8

Working Difficult/”Tough” Child & Adol

PSYC 716/EDWS 719 W1

1 Credit Hr

June 8 & 15

Bullying, Suicide and Homicide

COUN 505-W1

1 Credit Hr

June 8-10

Trauma, PTSD and Dissociation

COUN 534-W1

1 Credit Hr

June 11-18

Our Sacred Earth: Yellowstone

THEO 388-W2A

3 Credit Hrs

June 15-16 & 22-23

Education through the Senses

EDWS 510-W1

2 Credit Hrs

June 15-16 & 29-30

Transforming using Enneagram

EDWS 553-W1

2 Credit Hrs

June 18-19

Sex Abuse PrevTrain: Darkness to Light

EDEL 205/ EDEL 505-W2

1 Credit Hr

June 18-22

Astronomy and the Nature of Science (OC)

EDXC 534-W1A

1-3 Credit Hrs

June 18-22

Holocaust Studies for Educators

THEO 650/EDWS 650-W1A

2 Credit Hrs

June 18-22

Intro to College Counseling

COUN 502-W1

2 Credit Hrs

June 18-23

Public History

HIST 415-W1

3 Credit Hrs

June 19-27

Franciscan Spirituality (OC)

THEO 337/THEO 537-W1A

3 Credit Hrs

June 20-30

Theology & Spirituality: Yellowstone (OC)

THEO 220/ THEO 620-W1A

3 Credit Hrs

June 20-30

Our Sacred Earth: Yellowstone (OC)

THEO 388/THEO 575-W1A

3+ Credit Hrs

June 22-23 & 29-30

Intermediate Play Therapy

COUN 506-W1

1 Credit Hr

June 22-23 & 29-30

Introduction to REBT and CBT

CJUS 430/ COUN 434-W1

2 Credit Hrs

July 2-12

The Figure in Clay

ARTS 205-W1

3 Credit Hrs

July 6-7 & 20-21

Presence Practice: Deep Therapy

EDWS 504-W1

2 Credit Hrs

July 12-18

Body & Brain Learning in the Classroom (OC)

EDWS 561-W1A

2 Credit Hrs

July 13 & 20

Counseling Challenging Youth

EDWS 563/PSYC 380/CJUS/SOCW 463-W1 1 Credit Hr

July 13-14

Guided Imagery as a Heal & Ther Tool

COUN 510-W1

1 Credit Hr

July 16-20

Cross-Curricular Science Topics (OC)

EDXC 533-W1A

1-3 Credit Hrs

July 16-27

Designing on Silk

ARTS 116-W1

3 Credit Hrs

July 20-21

Spirituality and Counseling

COUN 512-W1

1 Credit Hr

July 23-27

America Through the Lens: Hollywood

COMM 297-W1

2 Credit Hrs

July 23-27

Developing the Student Leader

EDWS 375 / EDWS 575-W1

2 Credit Hrs

July 23-27

K-8 World Drumming & Drum Making

MUSC 382/ EDWS 630-W1

2 Credit Hrs

July 27-28 & Aug 3-4

Supporting Recovery from Trauma

EDWS 505-W1

2 Credit Hrs

July 27-29 & Aug 3-5

Soul Care: Healing Stories

ENGL 225-W1

1 Credit Hr

July 30-Aug 3

Field Trips for the 21st Century

EDWS 343 / EDWS 543-W1

2 Credit Hrs

August 3-4 &10-11

Introduction to REBT and CBT

CJUS 430 / COUN 434-W2

2 Credit Hrs

August 6-10

Camp Imagination for Teachers! (OC)

EDWS 558-W1A

2 Credit Hrs

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WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS in alphabetical order ALFRED HITCHCOCK IN HOLLYWOOD

COMM 280-W1 (53435) Two Credit Hours JUNE 4-8 Mon-Fri 4:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m. ALT B11

DIRECTOR: Robert Cotter

This workshop will use the distinctive film career of Alfred Hitchcock to examine the relationship between a creative (and controlling) artist and the prevailing social and political preoccupations of American culture between 1939 and 1975. Several feature films and numerous film excerpts will be screened in class to develop a familiarity with the aesthetic principles as well as the personal fears and obsessions that informed Hitchcock’s style, the so-called “Hitchcockian Universe.” This understanding of Hitchcock’s technique and psychology will facilitate an analysis of his major films as reflections of the American psyche for the decades in which they were produced. The interplay between the Hollywood studio system and Hitchcock’s career will also be explored. Above all, the course will emphasize the brilliance of Hitchcock’s films as both entertainment vehicles and as cultural documents. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 COMM 280-N1R (53434) | Suggested registration deadline: May 21

AMERICA THROUGH THE LENS: HOLLYWOOD AS CULTURAL MESSENGER

COMM 297-W1 (53436) Two Credit Hours JULY 23-27 Mon-Fri 4:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m. ALT B11

DIRECTOR: Robert Cotter

This course is built on the premise that every Hollywood film and television narrative, though created for reasons of entertainment and profit (and sometimes art), is in fact a cultural artifact; a representation of the values, myths, ideologies and assumptions of the culture that produced it. Delivered to us by powerful mass communication technologies, these narratives shape our collective consciousness, affirming accepted ideological and cultural beliefs/myths and, sometimes, modifying them. Hollywood films and television programs will be analyzed in order to both identify the cultural and historical messages they contain and to determine how and why they carry these messages. To facilitate this effort, the formulas and conventions of Hollywood genres (westerns, musicals, family melodramas, film noire, horror, etc.) will be examined. This understanding of genre will serve as a primary analytical tool as we deconstruct the films and television programs studied in class. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 HIST 286-N1R (53437) | Suggested registration deadline: July 9

ASTRONOMY AND THE NATURE OF SCIENCE OFF CAMPUS-CINCINNATI OBSERVATORY

EDXC 534-W1A (53438) One-Three Credit Hours JUNE 18-22 Mon-Fri 6:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. DIRECTORS: Dr. Mike Flick & Dean Regas

This workshop will develop scientific literacy through Astronomy and space science activities. Exploration of the avenues scientists take to make discoveries are discussed. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $100 EDXC 534-N1D (53439) | Suggested registration deadline: June 4

BODY AND BRAIN LEARNING IN THE CLASSROOM OFF CAMPUS-FUTURE LIFE NOW

EDWS 561-W1A (53593) Two Credit Hours JULY 12-18 Thur-Wed 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

DIRECTOR: Cynthia Allen

In this workshop, through direct experience, discover the importance of awareness, movement, experimentation, challenge and pleasure to classroom management, cognition, and pride in learning. Using somatic education as a vehicle, learn ways to access and integrate the sensory motor system of each student. As we explore this exciting subject, key skills will be modeled for creating a safe, enjoyable and nonjudgmental environment; holding learning tension; and responding to each student within his/her own unique world view and developmental stage. Drawing on movement lesions; lectures on sensory motor theory and somatic education principles; and discussion and teamwork, you will expand awareness of his/her own unique learning process and use that knowledge to work effectively with a range of children’s needs in the classroom. Movements will be done on mats, chairs and standing. Limit: 15 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 561-N1R (53594) | Suggested registration deadline: June 28

BULLYING, SUICIDE AND HOMICIDE

COUN 505-W1 (53622) One Credit Hour JUNE 8 & 15 Fri 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. HAI 9

DIRECTOR: Dr. Butch Losey

In our society, bullying is commonly seen as a normal, inescapable part of growing up that children and adolescents must simply endure. Bullying, Suicide, and Homicide challenges this viewpoint, arguing that bullying is not a part of childhood development, but rather an aberrant behavior that, for the victim, can lead to adverse decisions, such as suicide and violence. This course will offer a detailed understanding of bullying and its consequences and the relationship between bullying, suicide, and school violence. Students will learn a method of assessment and response strategy that can be utilized in a mental health or school setting. Limit: 30 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 COUN 505-N1R (53623) | Suggested registration deadline: May 25

CAMP IMAGINATION FOR TEACHERS! OFF CAMPUS-GREENACRES ARTS CENTER

EDWS 558-W1A (53628) Two Credit Hours AUGUST 6-10 Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

DIRECTOR: Jacquelyn Quay

Escape to one of the most peaceful, sophisticated, beautiful sites in Southwest, Ohio: Greenacres. Pristine creeks, old-growth forests, gorgeous gardens, pastures and an elegant arts center are waiting to invigorate you. This week-long workshop is dedicated to awakening your imagination and creativity as you prepare to return to the classroom. Think of it as an EDU-vacation as you learn motivating strategies using the arts as tools to engage your students. Experience hands-on arts, experiment with new strategies to integrate the arts across the curriculum and develop lessons that weave the arts into their fabric to share with one another while you are encouraged and supported to try something different. Renew your sense of passion and wonder as you prepare to engage your students in a new school y ear. Limit: 20 participants | Suggested registration deadline: July 23

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COUNSELING CHALLENGING YOUTH

EDWS 563 (53440)/ CJUS 463 (53500)/ PSYC 380 (53501)/ SOCW 463-W1 (53502) One Credit Hour JULY 13 & 20 Fri 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. HAI 9 DIRECTOR: Dr. Brent Richardson

Have you ever noticed that some professionals just seem to have a knack for connecting with really challenging youth? Drawing extensively from his own experiences and observations in the field, a variety of research and theoretical perspectives, as well as interviews with effective counselors and administrators, the instructor will identify those traits, characteristics, attitudes and behaviors, which distinguish the really effective professionals from the rest. Emphasis will be given to practical ways counselors and other mental health professionals can build and maintain therapeutic relationships with tough kids. Limit: 30 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 563-N1R (53441) | Suggested registration deadline: June 1

CROSS-CURRICULAR SCIENCE TOPICS OFF CAMPUS-CINCINNATI OBSERVATORY

EDXC 533-W1A (53520) One-Three Credit Hours JULY 16-20 Mon-Fri 6:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. DIRECTORS: Dr. Mike Flick & Dean Regas

This workshop assists teachers in using astronomy as a vehicle for teaching math, history/social studies, language arts and fine arts. Emphasis will be placed on both content and curriculum integration strategies. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $100 EDXC 533-N1D (53576) | Suggested registration deadline: July 2

CULTURALLY PROFICIENT INSTRUCTION & 21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS

EDWS 554-W1 (53595) Two Credit Hours MAY 5-6 & MAY 19-20 Sat-Sun 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. ALT 313 DIRECTOR: Tracey DuEst

Cultural proficiency is the personal values and behaviors of individuals and the organization’s policies and practices that provide opportunities for interactions among students, educators and community members. Culturally proficient educators value their school community shaped by its diversity. Cultural proficiency enables educators to respond to people effectively in cross-cultural environments by using a powerful set of interrelated tools to guide personal and organizational change (Lindsey, Nuri Robins & Terrell, 2009). The tools for culturally proficient practices allow school leaders to focus on assets to overcome barriers to student success. This course will utilize the cultural proficiency framework, tools, continuum, and rubrics which will allow us to focus on assess in order to overcome barriers to student success. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 554-N1R (53596) | Suggested registration deadline: April 20

DESIGNING ON SILK

ARTS 116-W1 (53442) Three Credit Hours JULY 16-27 Mon-Fri 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. COH 168C & F DIRECTORS: Ms. M. Katherine Uetz & Ms. Phyllis Sadler

This workshop offers artists, educators and interested individuals an opportunity to learn different methods of dyeing silk to create exciting designs or wearable art. Surface design techniques will be utilized including Batik, low water immersion dyeing, Shibori, direct dye painting, stamping, quilting, and discharge dyeing. Students will be encouraged to explore individual interests. Join this workshop to create exciting designs and dye happy! Limit: 12 participants | Materials fee: $90 Noncredit fee: $195 ARTS 116-N1R (53443) | Suggested registration deadline: July 11

DEVELOPING THE STUDENT LEADER

EDWS 375 (53523) / EDWS 575-W1 (53) Two Credit Hours JULY 23-27 Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. ALT 213

DIRECTOR: Ms. Laura Saylor

In this workshop, we will learn strategies for developing students as leaders, resulting in a well-managed classroom. Most teachers want more for their students than to just merely comply with the rules. They want to develop characteristics in their students that will lead to strong classroom citizenship and ethical leadership. This workshop will examine, explore and assist participants in setting a strategy for their learning environments to achieve citizenship and leadership in their students. Participants will learn how to go beyond the surface of positive discipline, as well as, how to develop strong executive functioning skills in their students. Participants will use knowledge, information and resources to develop strategies for their specific learning environment (public or private). The result will be teachers who have more than mere compliance from their students, but also have a strong classroom learning community full of students who exhibit the first seeds of ethical leadership. Limit: 25 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 375-N1R (53577) | Suggested registration deadline: July 9

DRAWING I

ARTS 102-W1 (53467) Three Credit Hours MAY 14-24 Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. COH 168C & F

DIRECTOR: Mr. Kelly Phelps

Anatomy. Primary focus is on compositional structures, real or invented, of the human skeleton, the figure (model is provided), and other natural images to establish an integrated personal vision at the level qualitatively beyond previous involvement in the field of drawing. Limit: 10 participants Materials fee: $35 Noncredit fee: $195 ARTS 102-N1R (53468) | Suggested registration deadline: April 30

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EDUCATION THROUGH THE SENSES EDWS 510-W1 (53458) Two Credit Hours JUNE 15-16 & 22-23 Fri-Sat 8:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. ALT 322 DIRECTORS: Ed Gutfreund & Ms. Eileen Frechette Experience is knowledge. Learning is only partially about information; it is also about experience. Experience comes through the senses. This course is designed for teachers and school counselors to expand their abilities to use their own senses, and to support the healthy sensory development of students. This leads to more effective educational relationships and more effective learning. The course will educate your five senses and several others you may not have known about. Goals include developing a broader frame of reference about learning and child development, supporting learning for freedom and responsibility, and recognizing the physical/bodily expressions of who the child is. Topics will include Rudolf Steiner’s twelve senses, Sensory Integration, creating safety and acceptance – essentials for learning; a less pathologizing approach to children’s DSM-IV diagnoses, spectrum disorders, attachment issues and important under-noticed effects of trauma as learning difficulty. Master teacher Eileen Frechette will guide participants using observation exercises, case study and discussion, self-study of professional relationship, artistic activities and practical processes for everyday use at school. Guest counselor and educator Ed Gutfreund will join in the processes as in recent years. Further information on content, previous student comments, etc. is available at www.edgutfreund.com or at 513 319-4432 Texts: Smart Moves: Why Learning is Not All in Your Head, by Carla Hannaford, Handouts. Limit: 12 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 510-N1R (53459) | Suggested registration deadline: June 1

18TH CENTURY BRITAIN: THEN & NOW

ENGL 442-W1 (53521) Two-Three Credit Hours JUNE 4-8 Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. ALT 213

DIRECTOR: Dr. Jodi Wyett

This workshop explores the historical context of a diverse range of literature (poetry, play, novels, shorter prose) from the “long” eighteenth century in conjunction with some recent films (e.g., The Libertine, The Duchess, The Madness of King George, Amazing Grace, Mansfield Park). Registered students will have access to the syllabus via Blackboard and should begin reading prior to June 4. Students seeking three credit hours will be required to complete a substantial independent research project in addition to the other course requirements. Limit: 12 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 ENGL 442-N1R (53578) | Suggested registration deadline: May 14

FIELD TRIPS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

EDWS 343 (53597) / EDWS 543-W1 (53598) Two Credit Hours JULY 30-AUG 3 Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. ALT 213 DIRECTOR: Ms. Laura Saylor

This collaborative and experiential workshop will define field trips in a new light as we consider their purpose in 21st century education. From a redefined purpose and focus a mission and goals for field trips of the future will be formulated. Practical experience in field trips will include specific planning exercises, connecting trips to students, visits to local venues. A portion of the workshop will focus on service learning and how it differs from community service and volunteerism. Each participant will gain insight into successful field trip experiences for their students as well as a plan and practical experience to be implemented in their teaching practice. Limit: 25 participants Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 343-N1R (53599) | Suggested registration deadline: July 16

FRANCISCAN SPIRITUALITY OFF CAMPUS-ASSISI, ITALY

THEO 337 (53460)/ THEO 537-W1A (53462) Three Credit Hours JUNE 19-27 All Day Travel program DIRECTOR: Dr. Gillian Ahlgren

Enter into the lives of Christianity’s most beloved mystics, Francis and Clare, by traveling to their world of Assisi, Italy. This eight-day pilgrimage includes lecture, discussion and reflection time at places of significance to Francis and Clare, including the town of Perugia where Francis was a prisoner of war and Clare lived as a refugee; the church of San Damiano; and several days at La Verna where Francis’ imitation of Christ culminated in the experience of the stigmata. Students will gain appreciation of the Franciscan response to the theological, spiritual and ethical challenges of medieval life. Solidarity with the suffering Christ, the cultivation of peace, the self-revelation of God in creation, the complementarity of male and female in the embodiment of God in the world, and other Franciscan insights come alive as we translate the Franciscan legacy into today’s world. Approximate cost is $2,750 plus non-credit/credit fees. Limited Financial Aid available; application due January 15, 2012. Deposit required by February 15, 2012. Space is limited; secure your reservation early. For more information, contact Dr. Ahlgren at ahlgren@xavier.edu. Limit: 22 participants | Noncredit fee: $300 THEO 337-N1F (53461) | Suggested registration deadline: February 15

GUIDED IMAGERY AS A HEALING & THERAPEUTIC TOOL

COUN 510-W1 (53600) One Credit Hour JULY 13-14 Fri-Sat 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. HAI 7 DIRECTORS: Dr. Charles Leviton & Ms. Patti Leviton

In this two-day workshop, the Levitons will explore the use of guided imagery as a healing and therapeutic tool. Participants will have the opportunity to experience four different guided imageries, followed by group discussion. Included will be history and application of this powerful process for physical and emotional healing. Limit: 12 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 COUN 510-N1R (53601) | Suggested registration deadline: June 1

HOLOCAUST STUDIES FOR EDUCATORS THEO 650 (53464)/ EDWS 650-W1A (53466) Two Credit Hours OFF CAMPUS–THE CENTER FOR HOLOCAUST JUNE 18-22 Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. & HUMANITY EDUCATION DIRECTORS: Dr. Sarah Melcher & Sarah Weiss Designed for educators who already possess an undergraduate degree, Holocaust Studies for Educators will teach participates to personalize and humanize the Holocaust, making it relevant for all students in their classrooms. At the workshop, participants will learn about the Holocaust by exposure to the stories of individual with real names, faces and experiences. They will hear first-hand testimony from survivors, refugees, and liberators whose homes are in the Cincinnati and Ohio area. Personalizing the Holocaust’s survivors, victims, liberators and rescuers is an effective way for teachers to engage and challenge the youth of today. This workshop is offered in collaboration with the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education. *NOTE: Students must pre-register for the workshop through The Center for Holocaust & Humanity (513 487-3051) by May 11th to receive approval to participate. Limit: 30 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 THE 650-N1R (53465) | Suggested registration deadline: May 13

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INTERMEDIATE PLAY THERAPY

COUN 506-W1 (53602) One Credit Hour JUNE 22-23 & 29-30 Fri 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sat 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. HAI 7 DIRECTOR: Teresa Berting

This workshop will help participants to understand PTSD in children and how play helps the traumatized child, including sexual trauma. Discussions of play themes of the sexually abused child and techniques to use will also be addressed. Play therapy with the bereaved child, understanding childhood grief. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 COUN 506-N1R (53603) | Suggested registration deadline: June 8

INTRO TO COLLEGE COUNSELING

COUN 502-W1 (53463) Two Credit Hours JUNE 18-22 Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m.-3:59 p.m. COH 190 DIRECTORS: Sandra Farris & John Beischel

To increase students’ knowledge of the college search and application process with emphasis on current issues faced by secondary school counselors. This course explores the college admissions process with particular attention to the application criteria for a variety of colleges, as well as college counseling for special student populations. Students will gain an understanding of the resources available to counselors in the form of print materials, software, web sites and professional organizations. Limit: 15 participants | Suggested registration deadline: June 4

INTRO TO PLAY THERAPY

COUN 504-W1 (53522) One Credit Hour JUNE 1-2 & JUNE 8-9 Fri 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Sat 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. HAI 7 DIRECTOR: Teresa Berting

This course will equip students with an understanding of using Play Therapy as a therapeutic modality when assessing and counseling children and adolescents. In addition, for those individuals who are interested in becoming Registered play Therapists (RPT), this course will cover the history of Play Therapy, which is a requirement in becoming an RPT. This course will demonstrate play therapy through lecture, video, overheads and techniques. Limit: 20 participants | Suggested registration deadline: May 25

INTRODUCTION TO REBT AND CBT (1) CJUS 430 (53492) / COUN 434-W1 (53494) Two Credit Hours JUNE 22-23 & JUNE 29-30 Fri 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Sat 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. COH 35 (2) CJUS 430 (53495) / COUN 434-W2 (53497) TWO CREDIT HOURS AUGUST 3-4 & AUGUST 10-11 Fri 5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Sat 8:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. COH 35 DIRECTOR: Dr. Jack Richardson Rational emotive behavioral therapy is a self-help form of counseling which teaches people how to increase their skill in reasoning so that they will be better able to deal with problems and stresses of daily living. It can enable normal people to improve their lives and disturbed people to regain emotional and mental health. ‘Participants will receive individual training from Dr. Richardson, the University of Kentucky, College of Medicine RBT staff and CBT staff Limit: 22 participants per workshop | Noncredit fee: $195 (CJUS 430-N1R 53493) (CJUS 430-N2R 53496) | Suggested registration deadline: (1) June 8 (2) July 20

JESUIT THEOLOGY & SPIRITUALITY: THEO 220 (53604)/ THEO 620-W1A (53605) Three Credit Hours YELLOWSTONE JUNE 20-30 Wed-Sat 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. OFF CAMPUS-YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK DIRECTOR: Dr. Jennifer Beste This course offers an intensive, immersion experience into Jesuit theology and spirituality in the context of the awe-inspiring Yellowstone wilderness. In diverse nature settings, students will explore how Jesuit theology and spirituality can deepen our appreciation for and relationship with ourselves, God, other persons, and the Earth. Equipped with Ignatian spiritual tools, students will critically and creatively reflect on their lived experiences to discern and follow their deepest desires in order to better foster a life of meaning, purpose, and fulfillment. They will integrate their Yellowstone learning experiences and resulting insights as they construct their own spiritual credo. Lastly, students will place Jesuit theologians in conversation with contemporary eco-theologians, and examine how the Jesuit tradition inspires us to respond compassionately and justly to present and future challenges emerging from our ecological crisis. Limit: 10 participants | Suggested registration deadline: March 26

K-8 WORLD DRUMMING & DRUM MAKING

MUSC 382 (53606)/ EDWS 630-W1 (53607) Two Credit Hours JULY 23-27 Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. COH 35 DIRECTOR: Dr. Craig Woodson

General Music teachers will enjoy learning how to make and play drums from 5 continents as they practice creative ways of teaching world music in connection with science, math, history, social studies and visual arts, all through creative thinking, problem solving, cooperative behavior and cultural awareness. Teachers will play authentic drums and make simple versions of them for classroom use. Attendees learn how drums relate to scientific families of sound including wind and string instruments. Much of the content is based on Dr. Woodson’s Roots of Rhythm, a free, online multi-disciplinary world drumming curriculum that includes 16 chapters, student activity sheets and play-along exercises, all written for the Percussion Marketing Council. While music specialists will gain new ways of approaching their craft, all leaders including those studying to become teachers will take away new strategies for effective classroom management, cross-curricular connections and successful outcomes with the special need community. Limit: 30 participants | Materials fee: $95 Noncredit fee: $195 MUSC 382-N1R (53624) | Suggested registration deadline: July 11

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MOVIE KNIGHTS

HIST 366-W1 (53582) Three Credit Hours JUNE 4-15 Mon, Tues, Thur & Fri 4:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. CLC 308 DIRECTOR: Dr. David Mengel

The Middle Ages seem to us at once terribly romantic (think of chivalrous knights) and horribly uncivilized (think of “medieval” table manners). These images come to us from films, the primary means by which most of us encounter medieval history. This class will explore modern popular imaginings of the Middle Ages through film. We will view several feature-length films and numerous clips, interspersed with readings from and about the Middle Ages. Our goal is to develop a more critical perspective on historical films and other historical genres without sacrificing our enjoyment of them. Films will range from Monte Phython’s “Holy Grail” to “The Seventh Seal” and “The Kingdom of Heaven.” Themes will include King Arthur, the Crusades and Joan of Arc. Some reading will need to be completed before the course begins. This course includes an online component to be completed before the first class meeting (allow approximately one week) and a final assignment due after the final class meeting. Limit: 30 participants | Suggested registration deadline: May 29

OUR SACRED EARTH: YELLOWSTONE (1) THEO 388 (53625)/ THEO 575-W1A (53626) Three+ Credit Hours OFF CAMPUS-YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK JUNE 20-30 Wed-Sat 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. (2) THEO 388-W2A (53651) Three Credit Hours JUNE 11-18 Mon-Mon 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. DIRECTOR: Dr. Leon Chartrand Awaken to our sacred Earth by entering into the revelatory power of the Yellowstone landscape. Let your imagination “run wild” on the shores of a quiet alpine lake. This 8 day, 3 credit hour course includes lecture, discussion and reflection in some of the world’s most awe-inspiring places. Throughout this course, we will examine the fundamental role that religious imagination has in resolving the ecological crisis. We will also examine how religious imagination can foster an intimate, viable relation between the human and the more-than-human world. We will ask the following: What can religion contribute to conservation? How does religion inspire humans to live viably on the earth? By offering up the wondrous flora and fauna of the Yellowstone landscape, this course aims to challenge and inspire students to think how our ecological relation to the world is a manifestation of our theological relation to divine mystery. Sign up and see why students are saying this class “was one of the most moving and educational chapters in my life:” “the sky was so breathtaking that for the first time in my life I saw the Milky Way – the galaxy we live in – making me aware of how precious and unique we are in the grand scheme of things;” “Dr. Leon’s lectures really got to me. As a senior this is the best study abroad I have done;” “Dr. Leon’s style of teaching is very engaging. He is an expert in his field and is very passionate about his work, which caused everyone else to become passionate as well. The subject matter was very thought provoking and I was encouraged and wanted to understand to the fullest.” +This section is only available to students who are also registering for THEO 220/620, Jesuit Theology & Spirituality. Limit: 10 participants | $100 Deposit due February 10 | Suggested registration deadline: March 26

PRESENCE PRACTICE: DEEP THERAPY

EDWS 504-W1 (53498) Two Credit Hours JULY 6-7 & JULY 20-21 Fri-Sat 8:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. ALT 221 DIRECTOR: Mr. Ed Gutfreund, M.Ed., P.C.C., L.M.T. M.Div.

When working in therapeutic alliance it is well established that the quality of relationship is the most robust predictor of how clients respond. Presence is a capacity for being awake and aware within one’s experience. Joined with attunement – how we focus on others and take them into our own inner world – we can cultivate fulfilling, alive and vital relationships with self, others and the world. Presence and attunement in relationship are essential for all effective service activities. They deliver and activate the power of all approaches to counseling and education. This course will examine skills of presence and attunement, styles of therapeutic relationship, and therapeutic principles, especially the classic and demanding notions of empathy (attunement) and congruence (authentic presence) as ways of attaining more powerful connection with oneself and clients or students. We will incorporate the work of Martha Stark, Modes of Therapeutic Action, who examines three therapeutic models: offering insight, providing corrective experience, being an authentic subject will also be explored. New addition to the course includes work of Daniel Seigel’s The Mindful Therapist, which offers a neurobiological model for how our brain and mind contribute to the healing potential of therapeutic work. Guest therapist Mark Davis will provide resources from his years of working to understand meditative practice and its application to life work. Participants will be invited into exercises in stillness, in action, and in relationship that are immediately applicable to clinical work. Presentations, movement, artistic activities and group process will support personal and professional learning. For more information, call 513-319-4432. Limit: 12 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 504-N1R (53499) | Suggested registration deadline: June 4

PRODUCING ELECTRONIC MUSIC I OFF CAMPUS-ULTRASUEDE STUDIO

MUSC 304-W1A (53608) Three Credit Hours JUNE 4-15 Mon-Fri 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. DIRECTOR: John Curley

This workshop will cover many aspects of studio recording, beginning with fundamentals of audio and ending with multi-track recording and production. The class will take place at Ultrasuede Studio, a working recording studio operated by John Curley, former bass player in The Afghan Whigs. There will be many opportunities for hands-on learning. Ares of study will include Audio Fundamentals, Physics of Sound, Microphone Types and Techniques, Digital Audio Recording and Production, MIDI, Virtual Instruments, Analog and Digital Signal Processing, File Management and Delivery. While open to all students, it is recommended for Music, Electronic Media and Communications majors and minors, or other students with a music or audio background. Access to a computer with recording software and internet access are strongly recommended. Limit: 12 participants | Suggested registration deadline: May 21

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PUBLIC HISTORY

HIST 415-W1 (53609) Three Credit Hours JUNE 18-23 Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sat 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. ALT 222 DIRECTOR: Dr. Christine Anderson

This course will provide students with basic preparation for work in cultural resource management, historic preservation, and museum fields. The 2012 summer workshop focuses on Cincinnati’s independent record label, King Records. From the 1940s to 1960s, King pioneered in popularizing country, rhythm and blues, and rock ’n’ roll. Path breaking racial integration and cultural collaboration was key to King’s success. Today, the King Studios project, a projected museum, arts workshop, and recording studio, plans to memorialize King Records in Xavier’s neighbor, Evanston. The workshop examines the historical context of King, including, the Great Migration, youth culture, and the Northern Civil Rights Movement. Students in the workshop will also learn about oral history, electronic archiving, and presentation of public history. The final project will offer the choice of presenting King materials in local schools or contributing to a collection of King lesson plans related to Ohio curriculum standards. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 HIST 415-N1R (53610) | Suggested registration deadline: June 4

SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION TRAINING: (1) EDEL 205 (53612) / EDEL 505-W1 (53613) One Credit Hour DARKNESS TO LIGHT MAY 7-8 Mon-Tues 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. HAI 5 (2) EDEL 205 (53652) / EDEL 505-W2 (53653) One Credit Hour JUNE 18-19 Mon-Tues 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. ALT 214 DIRECTOR: Dr. Tom Knestrict This three-day workshop will begin by providing participants with an introduction to the seven steps to preventing child sexual abuse. This information is targeted to parents and professionals who are spending time with children in any capacity. These seven steps are research-based concepts that have proven effective at changing personal perspective and behavior to ensure the safety of children. The second day of the training consists of investigating the reasons why these steps have proven effective. The third day of the training is about taking action. Facilitators will work with the participants to create action steps and plans on implementing this new found information into action with their personal behavior as well as the organizations they work for. This is a very powerful workshop that fits nicely within the Jesuit tradition of ‘men and women for others’. Limit: 20 participants | Materials fee: $10 | Noncredit fee: $195 EDEL 205-N1R (53614) EDEL 205-N2R (53654) | Suggested registration deadline: April 23 & June 1

SOUL CARE: HEALING STORIES

ENGL 225-W1 (53615) One Credit Hour JULY 27-29 & AUGUST 3-5 Fri 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Sat-Sun 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. ALT 217 DIRECTOR: Dr. Trudelle Thomas

Are your energy reserves running low? Are you in transition or recovery? Many of us feel torn and weary by today’s fast pace of life. Our culture lacks a tradition of “soul care” so it’s hard to replenish our inner springs. Come and learn how imaginative stories can be a source of renewal, soothing, and reconciliation. Together we’ll share picture books, wisdom tales (some biblical), hero stories, picture books, and fiction—and our own personal stories. You’ll learn the phases of imaginative “bibliotheraphy” and the different settings in which it can be used. You’ll also practice simple forms of meditation, including Lectio Divina, Centering Prayer, and the Ignatian Daily Examen. The combination of stories and meditation can help you gain a fresh perspective on your life and perhaps lead to more hope, delight, and wonder. Certainly you will be better equipped to use stories to foster healing in those you love. This workshop is especially suited to educators, parents, social workers, and others in caring roles. A number of slots are reserved for non-credit participants at a reduced rate. The leader will contact all who register with advance reading assignments so we can make the most of the two weekends. Limit: 15 participants Noncredit fee: $195 ENGL 225-N1R (53616) | Suggested registration deadline: July 6

SPIRITUALITY AND COUNSELING

COUN 512-W1 (53617) One Credit Hour JULY 20-21 Fri-Sat 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. HAI 7

DIRECTOR: Duane Campbell

Effective counseling addresses the body, mind, and spirit. This course is designed to provide the student with the basic understanding of how to explore a client’s spirituality and include the role of spirituality in both the assessment and treatment plans. Topics covered in this workshop will include: why address spiritual concerns, benefits of addressing spirituality for clients, and pitfalls related to spirituality. This course will also present a basic exploration of different spiritual perspectives, and how they related to the mental health of the client. Each participant will be introduced to different assessment tools of spirituality and therapeutic interventions. Limit: 15 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 COUN 5-N1R (53618) | Suggested registration deadline: July 6

SUPPORTING RECOVERY FROM TRAUMA

EDWS 505-W1 (53469) Two Credit Hours JULY 27-28 & AUGUST 3-4 Fri-Sat 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ALT 322 DIRECTOR: Mr. Ed Gutfreund, M.Ed., P.C.C., L.M.T. M.Div.

Is everyone overwhelmed? The impact of trauma on individuals has increased and is frequently noticed. Accidents, surgeries, torture, witnessing violence, as well as neglect and abuse are all traumas. Besides PTSD therapists find relationships between trauma and DSM-IV diagnoses including ADD/ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Mood Disorders, some personality disorders as well as learning disabilities and career problems. This course will provide information and experience to help counselors and educators recognize signs of trauma, and pursue their understanding of trauma. Dialogue with professionals working in the field of trauma will provide different ways of supporting the healing of trauma and its aftermath, and caring for one’s self in the process. Specific emphasis is given to the body because of the nervous system damage which occurs in trauma and which needs to be attended to if a thorough treatment is to be designed. These will include Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Hakomi, and movement therapy. Presentations, readings, video, art, movement, and reflective writing will support the learning process. A primary process will be experience and reflection. Further information bout content and students’ reactions is available at www.edgutfreund.com or 513-319-4432. Limit: 12 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 505-N1R (53470) | Suggested registration deadline: July 13

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THE FIGURE IN CLAY

ARTS 205-W1 (53471) Three Credit Hours JULY 2-12 Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. COH 168C & F

DIRECTOR: Mr. Kelly Phelps

In this introductory sculpture course, students will be modeling in wet clay from a live model as a daily hands on process and perceptual experience. Proportion, basic anatomy, texture, scale, basic casting and firing processes will be addressed. Gestural sketches and analytical studies are produced in relief form and in the round. The final project will be cast in resin or fired in a kiln. Limit: 12 participants | Materials fee: $35 | Noncredit fee: $195 ARTS 205-N1R (53472) | Suggested registration deadline: June 18

TRANSFORMING YOURSELF & YOUR TEACHING USING ENNEAGRAM

EDWS 553-W1 (53619) Two Credit Hours JUNE 15-16 & JUNE 29-30 Fri-Sat 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. ALT 313 DIRECTOR: Tracey DuEst

The Enneagam is a powerful and dynamic personality system that describes nine distinct and fundamentally different patterns of thinking, feeling and acting. As you discover your personality type and the underlying basic proposition, you also will discover what motivates you, your coping strategy and keys to personal development. The Enneagram system presents a meaningful shift from the standard hierarchical model in which it is the educator’s job to impart content and material in the same way for all students, as if one shoe fits all. It provide an alternative model from traditional and limited perceptions about education that ignore personality idiosyncrasies and learning styles, to a laser-clear understanding of why you teach the way we do, how we learn, and the nine intelligences that make us who we are. The Enneagram requires individuals to examine their habitual thoughts, feelings and behaviors so they can begin to understand how each person’s primary focus of attention affects teaching style and learning style. This pivotal paradigm shift represents a move towards achieving one’s full potential as a teacher, which ultimately benefits and empowers their students. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 5-N1R (53620) | Suggested registration deadline: June 1

TRAUMA, PTSD AND DISSOCIATION

EDWS 534-W1 (53656) One Credit Hour JUNE 8-10 Fri 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Sat-Sun 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. HAI 5 DIRECTOR: Ms. Dawn Hinton, M.Ed., LPCC, NCC

The prevalence of sexual abuse and other personal traumas in young children creates the potential for dissociation. This early, highly effective coping strategy becomes maladaptive later and creates personal and interpersonal problems. Clients with dissociative disorders have significant trust issues, often impeding the therapeutic alliance. Recognizing and screening for these complicated, trauma-based disorders can establish proper diagnosis, hopefully reducing the 5-7 year average clients are misdiagnosed and receiving ineffective treatment. Preliminary studies show with proper diagnosis and treatment, most dissociative clients achieve adequate resolution leading to more satisfying relationships, new coping strategies and more productive lives. Differential and comorbid diagnoses will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on understanding dissociative disorders and treatment, which will also help with the understanding of the treatment of PTSD and other trauma based disorders.. A variety of successful treatment regimes and techniques will be highlighted. Limit: 25 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 EDWS 534-N1R (53657 | Suggested registration deadline: May 25

WEB DESIGN

ARTS 215-W1 (53473) Three Credit Hours MAY 14-24 Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. COH 167

DIRECTOR: Jonathan Gibson

An introduction to researching, planning and producing websites for a range of clients. Students will use Photoshop and Dreamweaver to conceive, develop, layout, design and implement a website. Students will also learn how to install, modify and publish a blog. Students are expected to have a beginning proficiency in Adobe Photoshop. Although these computer applications will be used extensively, emphasis will be on the design and aesthetic aspects of web design. Limit: 30 participants | Suggested registration deadline: April 30

WORKING WITH DIFFICULT/”TOUGH” CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

PSYC 716 (53474)/ EDWS 719 W1 (53491) One Credit Hour JUNE 6-8 Wed-Fri 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. ELT 318 DIRECTORS: Michael Nelson, Ph.D., ABPP, Kathy Hart Ph.D., ABPP

Many advances have occurred within the area of child and adolescent psychopathology in the past few years. This workshop is designed for professionals and graduate students in psychiatry, psychology, counseling, education, social work, corrections and other related fields who work with children and adolescents in a classroom or therapeutic capacity. Although this workshop is developed to present the theoretical basis and recent research in child/adolescent psychology, the primary focus will be on developing practical clinical and management skills. We will explore: cognitive-behavioral conceptualization of various acting out and difficulty youngsters, assessment techniques, and treatment/intervention/management procedures within the counselor’s office, in the classroom, and at home. Videotapes of therapy sessions, role-playing, films, small group discussions and lectures are utilized to develop understanding and clinical expertise of the participants. Clinical procedures including self-instructional techniques, stress-inoculation, self-control, and contingency management strategies are presented as methods in dealing with disorders such as anger, bullying, severe depression, delinquency, hyperactivity and learning disabilities. This workshop has been approved for 15 clock hours toward Ohio psychology (OPA), counseling and social work relicensing. *NOTE: Pass/Fail grades given only to students who register for credit. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY. Limit: 20 participants | Noncredit fee: $195 PSYC 716-N1R (53579) | Suggested registration deadline: May 23

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